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Taxes suck, we get it. We aim to make it as easy as possible. So we'll pay you for your time. This brief video will show you an overview of our portal and services so you can see what works best for you. $10 will be credited to your account automatically after watching.Watch recording
Pensions and retirement accounts are a wonderful safety net for the golden years of your life. But for expats and former expats, retirement accounts can also carry complications for tax returns and financial reporting requirements. Is a pension distribution from a foreign country taxable in the U.S.? If your employer contributes to your retirement, does that count as income? How do expats avoid double taxation on overseas pensions? At TFX, we know all the answers to these and other tax-related questions.Watch recorded version
Every U.S. citizen, regardless of where they live, has to file a U.S. tax return. This is the law. What’s not written in stone, however, is double taxation. And with proper guidance (that’s where TFX comes in!) U.S expats can ensure they never pay double tax (and even receive a refund because tax outside of the U.S is often higher). In this webinar, Rebecca O’Malley, CPA, explains (in layman terms) what double taxation is, how you can avoid it and take live questions during the Q&A.Watch recorded version
Are you behind on your tax returns? Are you worried about IRS penalties? Find out how to get compliant with the IRS & Treasury through a special amnesty program, penalty-free. TFX has helped thousands of taxpayers get caught up. The Streamlined Foreign Offshore Procedure (SFOP) is a penalty-free program which helps taxpayers get on the right side of Uncle Sam includes compliance with financial reporting requirements.Watch recorded version
Less than a month into the tax season there have been a lot of updates from the IRS. In this webinar we went over a new identification system for the IRS, recently sent letters by the IRS (6419, 6475, CP-80), and the advance child credit.Watch recorded version