U.S. Internal Revenue Service Cancels Offshore Amnesty Program

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The U.S. Internal Revenue Service has just announced that it will end the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (“OVDP”) on 28 September 2018.  The OVDP provides non-compliant taxpayers with a fixed penalty scheme and protection from criminal prosecution for failing to file correct and complete U.S. Federal tax returns and non-U.S. financial account disclosures (typically referred to as “foreign bank account reports” or “FBARs”).  Taxpayers who have any concerns about their U.S. Federal tax payment or reporting obligations should contact a U.S. international tax professional immediately to discuss potential disclosure options and deadlines.

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