A lot of our clients are concerned about their privacy and the possibility of being blacklisted for their opinions. Several have asked us how to take down their Facebook page without losing their pictures and updates from many years.
Here is how you download your content and delete your Facebook account:
1. Downloading Your Facebook Data
If you do decide to delete your Facebook...
By: Sarah Skinner, Esq, LLM and Gary Wells, Esq/CPA
Since the November 2020 election, we have been getting a lot of questions about moving from the United States to Europe and the Caribbean. Generally, their concern is that income and estate taxes will increase under the Biden / Harris administration. We are also finding that Americans are more open to retiring outside America, in Ecuador,...
When doing business in China, it is important to consider how
you will be paid, and get the payment out of the country. Not only must a company manage taxes, they
must also manage exchange control.
Exchange control in China greatly favors payment for imported goods and discourages the payment for services performed outside China. It also creates administrative hurdles to...
OVDP offered taxpayers whose conduct was considered “willful” as to the nonreporting of foreign income with a path to compliance and more importantly an opportunity to diminish the threat of criminal charges they may face upon discovery by the IRS.
IRS and Department of Treasury provided operational rules for 2016 that allow at least for the 2016 tax year an extension of time for taxpayers to make the election on or before December 31, 2017 to treat R&E tax credits as a Payroll Tax Credit and claim the benefit against the next payroll tax filing.
As we have argued in our previous articles, as the world has globalized and commerce crosses borders more frequently, the current US corporate income tax code is not only obsolete it is suicidal. The time for change is overdue. But what change will we find under President-Elect Trump?