PRE-IMMIGRATION AND EXPATRIATION PLANNING
IWTA assists clients planning to become U.S. taxpayers as well as those terminating their citizen or green card status. We help mitigate the substantial taxes that can result from these decisions.
If you’re a non-resident alien, have business activities or holdings in the U.S., or just visit a lot, Uncle Sam doesn’t need to wait until you seek permanent status to collect taxes. Lack of understanding of the rules can be costly.
If you’re a U.S. citizen or resident alien that has decided to expatriate,Uncle Sam has a parting gift: exit tax. Expatriation is a complicated affair. Before you make this life-changing decision, be aware of all the rules and consequences. Click below for an overview and learn how IWTA can help.
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The Pandora Papers, a recent reveal of pervasive cross-border financial crime and elaborately-crafted tax dodging structures, as reported by a global network of investigative journalists, has
already shaken up governments and elections, upended tax authorities and initiated criminal investigations… Perhaps the most intriguing revelation of all from a stateside perspective was the emergence of South Dakota as a preferred tax haven of the rich and famous.
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Jack Brister Founder, International Wealth Tax Advisors Jack Brister, Founder of International Wealth Tax Advisors, is a noted international tax expert, with over 25 years of experience. Jack specializes in U.S. tax planning and compliance for non-U.S. families with...
It’s been a year and a half since the onset of COVID-19, and there’s encouraging news for clients. The U.S. economy is bouncing back to life thanks in part to government aid and relatively high vaccination rates. The national economy grew at a seasonally adjusted, 6.5% annual rate in the second quarter, a sign that the nation has achieved a sustained recovery from the pandemic-induced recession. In fact, the economy has now surpassed its pre-pandemic levels.