As a U.S. expat it is your obligation to comply with the U.S. expat tax laws, even if you’re living abroad. It is important that you have a skilled Miami attorney who knows the process and can help you achieve compliance.
As a U.S. expat your international income and investments should be a top priority rather than agonizing about complying with the complicated expat tax laws. That’s where we come in.
Our Miami tax team is consists of dual tax attorneys and certified public accountants as well as certified financial planners, and former IRS advisors. Frost Law’s strong working relationship with the IRS and other tax authorities gives us the edge over other tax firms.
Every year, U.S. expats are expected to file their Federal Tax Returns when their global income surpasses the filing threshold.
Our team has highlighted quick facts regarding IRS Form 8854 and expat taxes below:
Subheading — Deceased Expat Taxation in Miami
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.
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