2012(and earlier year) US INCOME  TAX RETURN PREPARATION FOR NONRESIDENT ALIENS (Form 1040NR)  WITH INCOME FROM THE United States

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NONRESIDENT IRS TAX RETURN PREPARATION AND TAX PLANNING (1040NR) or "Dual Status"

If you arrived in the US or departed the US this tax year, and earned money in the United States, you may be required to file a  form 1040NR non-resident income tax for for each calendar year and maybe a resident 1040 also.  If you earn income in the U.S. other than bank interest and dividends, you may be required to file a U.S. tax return form 1040NR (that includes  certain types of interest, royalties, rental income and income from a trade or business).  You may also be required to file a state tax return for your U.S. source income. Publication 519  (download by clicking this link) by the IRS explains the complex rules governing nonresident taxation.  We can help simplify your U.S. tax return filing.
 
IRS Tracking  & Taxing Nonresident Visitors Working in USA
 
 

IRS and immigration are working together.  If  a foreign executive visits the United States five times a year and works here and if eachh trip is for a week.  The visitor owes U.S. income tax on one-tenth (5/52) of his foreign salary.  The IRS tax scheme is outlined below:

If you plan on forming a US corporation or other entity or doing business in the US and are a nonresident, we can assist you putting together the best legal and tax structure to achieve you goals and comply with all US laws.

 We are experts and can help you fulfill your U.S. filing requirements and keep your tax burden as low as possible.  Failure to file a U.S. return when required could have an adverse effect on future visa issuance or your other travel plans to the United States as well as cause you to be subject to high penalties and possible criminal prosecution.   Our services are provided by email, phone, fax or mail. We know the tax law and tax treaties. Phone or email for a fee quote.  ddnelson@gmail.com  or use inquiry form.   Ask for our 2010 Nonresident Tax Return Questionnaire or at: 2012 and earlier Year Tax Questionnaires and Forms

 

 

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More About Don D. Nelson, the "US nonresident tax expatriate expert:"
Don is a California Attorney and Certified Public Accountant with over 31 years experience in U.S. expatriate income taxation and foreign taxation.  He has been associated with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and with Ernst & Young LLP  in their tax and legal department.  He has been an assistant professor at California State University, Los Angeles, and for UCLA Extension.  He has written regular tax and business columns for a national monthly magazine and has appeared on radio and television as a recognized international tax and business law expert.  If you email him at ddnelson@gmail.com he can advise you on how he can best help you resolve your U.S. tax problem,  prepare your IRS returns, or find a solution to your future needs.  Mr. Nelson offers his clients the  total privacy and confidentiality of Attorney-Client privilege which is not available and cannot be offered by other tax preparers or accountants.

 

We know the US expatriate income tax return law better than most preparers because we have done it for over 25 years for expats all around the world

Don D. Nelson, Attorney at Law, C.P.A.
Kauffman Nelson LLP, Certified Public Accountants

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