FBAR stands for “Foreign Bank Account Report” and refers to FinCen Form 114, Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts. FBAR reporting creates new obligations for U.S. taxpayers who have ownership or control of a foreign account with amounts that exceed $10,000. If you’re in this situation we strongly urge you to have an accomplished Miami tax professional to guide you through the requirements.
Let our tax team deal with the taxing requirements of FBAR reporting in Miami while you focus your attention on protecting your investments.
Frost Law’s working relationship with the IRS and state authorities gives us the edge over other tax firms. Our Miami tax team consists of dual tax attorneys and certified public accountants as well as certified financial planners, and former IRS advisors.
In your initial consultation, our team will examine your:
Gain clarity on your FBAR reports and achieve compliance with our Miami tax team. Feel relief with Frost Law and avoid all the frustrations that accompany FBAR reporting.
Our office in Miami, Florida is located at 6303 Blue Lagoon Dr. #400, Miami, FL 33126, just four miles west of the Miami International Airport..
"Eli Noff is an Excellent international tax lawyer and a very kind and hard working advisor. The firm assisted me with a complicated FBAR matter for 2 years and they also helped me with Articles of Incorporation for my company in St Petersburg FL (moving from DC). I can recommend their professionalism very highly!"
"Their attorneys saved me $94,000. Seriously. They appealed successfully to the IRS (who were very gracious, I must add) and got my account credited in this amount. Wow. Friggin' amazing... Love these folks."
"It amazes me the level of effort that Frost and Associates puts in every year during tax season. I often see emails at 9:30 p.m. asking questions or providing status updates. The commitment that this firm has to meet deadlines and provide timely customer service is outstanding to say the least. Much appreciation for your hard work and dedication."