Expatriate IRS Problems? Expatriate Tax Problems?

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Darrin Mish: If you are an American expatriate living overseas and you have an IRS problem, then I want to talk to you. My name is Darrin T. Mish, and I am a tax attorney with an international practice based in Tampa, Florida. I’ve represented US taxpayers from every continent except Antarctica, and I’m working on that one. As an expatriate you have special unique challenges that taxpayers at home don’t have. It’s hard to even figure out who to call, or what to do, and that’s where I come in. I’ve dealt with quite a few expatriate cases and, [knocks] knock on wood, they’ve all turned out great.

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Here’s what you can do. Call our office at 813 229 7100. Tell one of my assistants that you’re calling from overseas and you have a US tax problem. They will ask you a number of questions to help streamline the conversation when we talk, and they’ll set up an appointment with you. That whole process usually takes less than 10 minutes.

Then, if you have Internet access and access to Skype, we can use Skype for your appointment, saving you the time and aggravation of using the normal telephone system.

Expatriates usually have problems with keeping up with their tax filings. We can discuss preparing and filing your old returns, and then determine how to come up with a plan of action to attack the problem.

Many people don’t realize that the foreign income exclusion can substantially reduce, or sometimes even eliminate, their US income tax. The anxiety that you are feeling is usually much worse than actually finding out the extent of your IRS problem.

So what are you waiting for? The consultation is free, and you will very likely gain valuable information to help you with your IRS problem. So give us a call at 813 229 7100. I look forward to hearing from you.

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