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Considerations Before You Renounce Your U.S. Citizenship

As wealthy U.S. Citizens ponder why they have to pay tax on their world-wide income, they may decide that renunciation of US citizenship looks like an attractive option. It's true- it may be an attractive alternative, but...more

Staying clear of the IRS - Tips for estate planning and tax law compliance in a global economy

Originally published in Insights Legal Affairs. Do you own a vacation home in Mexico? Have a bank account in Hong Kong? Has your spouse retained Canadian citizenship? Are you a long-term U.S. resident who was born in the...more

IRS: Interest Paid to Nonresident Aliens to Be Reported

Information regarding nonresident alien deposits in the United States could be provided to foreign governments as of January 2013, raising concern among non-U.S. residents holding deposits in the United States....more

Russian Law Review

In This Issue: A double tax treaty was entered into between Russia and Latvia; From 1 January 2012 a particular set of medical devices and products should be available in first-aid kits for the purposes of first-aid...more

FBAR Violation Puts Green Card Holder’s At Risk

Green Card holders face risk of non-renewal or revocation of their Green Card (permanent residence status) if they failed to file a Report of Foreign Bank Account (FBAR). This may come has headline news to some permanent...more

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