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U.S., 5 European Nations Reach Deal to Combat International Tax Evasion
Posted on 9 Feb 2012 by David T. Soborski

In a joint statement, the governments of the United States, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Britain stated they wished to increase cooperation in fighting international tax evasion. This would work in both directions-the European nations providing information... Read More

President's Trip to Brazil Emphasizes Need for Tax Treaty
Posted on 9 Jun 2011 by Neil Aragones

Last March, President Obama spoke at a conference in Brasilia for Brazilian and American CEOs, noting Brazil's rise as a global economic power and emphasizing the growing importance of the investment and trade ties between the two countries - the... Read More

What You Should Know About FBAR Penalty Mitigation
Posted on 1 Mar 2012 by Karen Yip

By Karen Yip, LexisNexis Federal & International Tax Analyst The IRS requires the Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts, TD F 90-22.1 (commonly known as the Foreign Bank Account Report, or "FBAR"), when a U.S. person has a financial... Read More

  • Blog Post: President's Trip to Brazil Emphasizes Need for Tax Treaty

    Last March, President Obama spoke at a conference in Brasilia for Brazilian and American CEOs, noting Brazil's rise as a global economic power and emphasizing the growing importance of the investment and trade ties between the two countries - the two largest democracies and two largest economies...