'Victims' Of IRS forms 3520 and 3520-A coming forward to protest large and 'unfair' penalties

Fury and frustration over the way the U.S. Internal Revenue Service has been hitting expat and Homeland individuals alike with eye-wateringly large penalty notices in connection with IRS forms 3520 and 3520-A has been building, with the result that an organized protest movement appears to be forming, a recent post on TaxConnections.com, a California-based news and analysis website for U.S. tax professionals, reveals.

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Karen Alpert: Unforeseen consequences expected as 'Recovery Rebate' is distributed to expats

Karen Alpert: Unforeseen consequences expected as 'Recovery Rebate' is distributed to expats

There has already been much speculation by media organizations, American expat groups and cross-border U.S. tax specialists about how the US$2trn federal stimulus package known as the CARES Act, signed...

Apr-01-2020