Why We Specialize in International Tax
In 1983, we started as a typical CPA firm, doing tax, audit, and accounting. However, early on, there was a demand for tax support for international organization employees in the Washington, DC area. These organizations, such as the World Bank and IMF, have a special status under the IRS tax code because they don’t really fall under any one country’s jurisdiction. Supporting this population was our first foray into international tax. And very quickly, we shifted our focus to specializing in international and expat tax. For four decades now, we have been doing exactly that.
Today, our clients are international, high-net-worth individuals and privately held businesses with cross-border tax issues. Our clients include G-4 visa holders, US expats, US residents with global assets, foreign nationals, small and mid-sized businesses, and mobile employees.
Every day, we thoughtfully prepare foreign asset informational reports and correct past tax returns. And we routinely advise on foreign tax credits, tax treaties, tax reform, and IRS amnesty program options.
Since cross-border tax matters have become so complex in recent years, many tax preparers in the US and abroad now outsource their foreign asset reporting and other cross-border matters to us.