This week on Gimme Some Truth for Expats, our expat advisors Syl Michelin and Stan Farmer were joined by special guest Mishkin Santa, a partner of the DC-based international accounting firm The Wolf Group to discuss recent IRS court cases that would be of particular interest to U.S. expats. For the past forty years, The Wolf Group has been at the forefront of representing and advising U.S. expats and U.S. and international organizations (including the U.S. State Department and the International Monetary Fund) on a myriad of U.S. tax issues, including a leading role in representing Americans going through Offshore Voluntary Disclosure (OVD). Streamlined Offshore Voluntary Disclosure (SOVD), and other streamlined compliance procedures that encourage expats with unreported, underreported and/or undisclosed foreign income or assets to come forward, come clean and get compliant with their tax reporting and payment obligations. On the podcast, Mr. Santa spent thirty minutes with us and provided a great deal of useful information and lessons for expats that can be gleaned from five important cases.
Rather than reiterate all of Mr. Santa’s insights, which can be gained simply by listening to the podcast or watching it on our YouTube channel, below is simply a short appendix of the cases discussed during the discussion:
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