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  • IRS Audit Representation in San Diego

    Are you facing an IRS audit?  Janathan Allen and the attorneys at Allen Barron provide IRS audit representation in San Diego and Southern California.  The first step is to download our free guide “What to Expect from an IRS Audit” and learn about the process of the IRS audit and important information regarding how to […] The post IRS Audit Representation in San Diego appeared first on Allen Barron...

  • International Challenges Facing San Diego Businesses

    Allen Barron is uniquely positioned to support and advise international San Diego business owners and corporations.  There are substantial international challenges facing San Diego businesses as well as those who wish to bring their business opportunities to the United States.  San Diego is home to a large number of H1-B visa holders and foreign nationals […] The post International Challenges Faci...

  • What Happens if the IRS Rejects your FBAR Streamlined Application

    Did you file an application under the IRS Streamlined Domestic (Foreign) Offshore Procedures?  What happens if the IRS rejects your FBAR streamlined application and claims of non-willful conduct?  What actions have been taken by the IRS that concern the attorneys at Allen Barron? Let’s begin with the last question first.  The IRS recently closed a […] The post What Happens if the IRS Rejects your ...

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  • Legal and Tax Advice When Selling a Business

    What do you need to know if you intend to sell your San Diego business?  It is important to have integrated legal and tax advice when selling a business to ensure maximum net profit and to limit contingent liability.  Allen Barron is uniquely positioned to advise business owners when they are considering a transaction to […] The post Legal and Tax Advice When Selling a Business appeared first on A...

  • Should You Report Previous Offshore Income Through an FBAR Voluntary Disclosure

    A storm is on the horizon for those who fail to report offshore financial activity to the IRS.  We are often asked by clients, especially foreign nationals who live and work here in the San Diego area, if they should report previous offshore income to the IRS through an FBAR voluntary disclosure program.  In some […] The post Should You Report Previous Offshore Income Through an FBAR Voluntary Dis...

  • Will the US House Limit IRS Ability to Seize Your Bank Account

    The US House of Representatives is expected to vote on a broadly supported bill this week that is designed to limit IRS ability to seize your bank account and freeze assets.  The constitutional power given to the IRS to aid in the collection of unpaid taxes is known as “Civil Asset Forfeiture.”  Under this overwhelming […] The post Will the US House Limit IRS Ability to Seize Your Bank Account app...

  • IRS Audits Focused on Small Businesses with Questionable Tactics

    According to recently released information, the news source noted a significant increase in IRS audits focused on small businesses targeting $200,000 to $400,000 income rages.  The IRS has been accused of some very questionable tactics as they attempt to gather information to show that small businesses are under-reporting income, especially income received in cash.  Many observers […] The post IRS...

  • What is a Trust

    What is a trust and how can it help you to protect your investments and assets such as your home?  A trust is a separate legal entity that holds property and assets for the benefit of another party.  In most cases a trust is utilized to reduce liabilities and a creditor’s access to your assets. […] The post What is a Trust appeared first on Allen Barron.

Allen Barron, Inc.

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  • Why Should a Foreign National Working or Residing in the US Care about FBAR Compliance

    Why should a foreign national working or residing in the US care about IRS FBAR compliance?  “None of my friends or associates are aware of this or worried about it…” is a sentiment we often hear.  Unfortunately, the IRS isn’t interested in what a foreign national working or residing in the US understands about their […] The post Why Should a Foreign National Working or Residing in the US Care abo...

  • The IRS Statute of Limitations on Collections Can Be Longer than 10 Years

    What is a “statute of limitations” and how does it apply to debts you to the IRS?  If you are a target of IRS collections, how long does the IRS have to collect a valid tax debt?  Is it possible for the IRS statute of limitations on collections to be longer than the 10 year […] The post The IRS Statute of Limitations on Collections Can Be Longer than 10 Years appeared first on Allen Barron.

  • Appeal of FBAR Willful Violation Civil Penalty to 5th Circuit

    In a technical legal move Bernhard Gubser, a dual US / Swiss citizen, asked the 5th Circuit Court to hear an appeal of his case against the IRS regarding a $1.4 Million FBAR willful violation civil penalty case which was tossed out by a lower court earlier this year.  Mr. Gubser claims to have omitted […] The post Appeal of FBAR Willful Violation Civil Penalty to 5th Circuit appeared first on Alle...

  • IRS to Target Income from UBER, AIRBnB and other Sharing Income Sources

    What would cause the IRS to target income from Uber, AIRBnB and other sharing forms of income?  American University in Washington D. C. published a recent study that notes 2.5 million Americans earn income from Etsy, Uber, AIRBnB and other sources of “sharing” that presently go unreported.  The IRS realizes this is tremendous income stream […] The post IRS to Target Income from UBER, AIRBnB and ot...

  • What Impact will IRS Impeachment Hearings Have on San Diego IRS Audits?

    There is considerable energy on capital hill to impeach the commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) John Koskinen.  Mr. Koskinen was brought in to replace Daniel Werfel after he and a subordinate, Lois Lerner, were forced resign after substantiated allegations that the IRS had inappropriately targeted members and organizations associated with the “tea party” organization. […] The post W...

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