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We are an experienced tax law firm serving clients nationwide.

 

Foreign Asset Planning

It is not unlawful to have foreign bank accounts. However, U.S. taxpayers must disclose the existence of such accounts, and report any income derived from them to the Internal Revenue Service.

 

Wills Trusts And Estate Planing

Our law firm provides highly-personalized, responsive service to estate planning clients as we counsel them at all the critical stages of their lives.

 

Estate Administration

The death of a loved one may be difficult enough to endure without having to worry about the ensuing estate matters.

 

Our Latest Blog Posts

The IRS can revoke your passport

If you do not pay your taxes, the IRS may revoke your passport. As the National Taxpayer Advocate (NTA) Nina E. Olson has recently pointed out in her blog, when a taxpayer is notified of such pending revocation, that the taxpayer, nor their power of attorney are notified. The Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) is an independent organization within IRS whose employees assist

New Jersey Enacts Tax Amnesty Bill

Enacted legislation requires the New Jersey Division of Taxation to establish a 90-day state tax amnesty period that ends no later than January 15, 2019. The Legislature had previously passed a bill requiring a six-month amnesty period that had to end by December 31, 2018. (TAXDAY, 2018/06/26, S.12) However, Gov. Phil Murphy conditionally vetoed the bill and signed it into

The TCJA and the Future of American Taxpayers

Our article on the new tax law was published today by the American Bar Association below... https://www.americanbar.org/groups/gpsolo/publications/gpsolo_ereport/2018/june-2018/tcja-future-american-taxpayers.html The TCJA and the Future of American Taxpayers Vol. 7, No. 11 Parag Patel and Anannya Tripathy Parag Patel, Esq., is a tax attorney in New Jersey and

Federal District Court Holds that FBAR Penalties in Excess of $100,000 is Unlawful

Recently, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas in U.S. v. Colliot, determined that an individual who repeatedly failed to timely file Form TD F 90-22.1, Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts, commonly referred to as an FBAR, could not be penalized in excess of the $100,000 regulatory maximum even though the relevant statute allows higher