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Marc Schwartz & Paul Tadros present at the 2020 Virtual Estate Planning Conference (NYC)

Marc Schwartz and Paul Tadros missed out on what would have been a fun trip to New York City due to COVID-19 and instead participated in the September 16, 2020 virtual EPCNYC Estate Planners Day conference from the comfort of their home offices. EPCNYC (Estate Planning Council of New York City, Inc.) brings together the …

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International Tax Nerd in the Air

Our lead International Tax Nerd spent some time with David Klasing (Tax Law Offices of David W. Klasing) in Orange County, California, training some of his team in international tax. David and Marc then flew David’s plane to Los Angeles where they both attended the 2020 Southwest Regional Education Conference hosted by the American Academy …

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International Tax Overview with BMF Friends & Clients in Ohio

As international tax specialists, we often have the pleasure to work with other professional service firms who have international tax needs. One of our favorites is Bober Markey Fedorovich – BMF, a fantastic accounting firm based in Cleveland and Akron, Ohio. A fellow Allinial Global member, BMF is a full-service firm servicing clients of all …

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Simone Alting discusses Offshore Account Disclosures Through FBAR & FATCA at the GSCPA’s 2019 Business & Industry Conference

On November 19th, Schwartz International’s Simone Alting had the privilege of speaking at the 2019 Business and Industry Conference hosted by The Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants (GSCPA) in Atlanta, GA. Simone shared the following information with the business professionals: Despite budget constraints and key vacancies, the IRS continues to target international issues and …

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More Milan Tax Discussions for Schwartz International

On September 9, Marc Schwartz — our chief International Tax Nerd — and Studio Pugliese partners met in Milan, Italy to discuss the new US tax law’s impact on Italy-US investment. Marc was a little winded after a harrowing taxi ride from his first meeting that day with another accounting firm, but all turned out …

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Schwartz International Tackles New US Tax Law’s Impact on Italy-US Investment

On September 9, Schwartz International and Pirola Pennuto Zei & Associati partners met in Milan, Italy to discuss the new US tax law’s impact on Italy-US investment. The teams focused on general changes in the US law, including the infamous GILTI (global intangible low-taxed income) and related items, Italy’s anti-deferral rules and brainstormed on cross-border …

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The Confused State of Tax Planning

We would like to thank Tax Analysts for publishing Schwartz International’s latest article written by our very own International Tax Nerds, Marc Schwartz and Paul Tadros. The article appears in the August 26th issue of Tax Notes Federal. In this article, Marc and Paul lament the complications that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has …

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International Tax Nerds Are Not Just International!

As international tax nerds, we focus on cross-border transactions. That could mean individuals moving to a different country; a company exporting for the first time or doing business in a different jurisdiction; or a multitude of other items. As multi-jurisdiction experts, from time to time we get called into domestic cross-border situations. While we know …

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Simone Alting speaks at the GSCPA Decision Makers Conference

On Thursday, April 25th Simone Alting spoke about International Tax Policy at the Georgia Society of CPAs (GSCPA) Decision Makers Conference. Here is a snippet of what she covered: Despite budget constraints and key vacancies, the IRS continues to target international issues and assert large penalties.  The IRS is focused on FBAR violations, expanded foreign …

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New Responsible Party Requirements for EIN Applicants

The IRS has announced that starting May 13, 2019, only individuals with either a Social Security Number (“SSN”) or an Individual Tax Identification Number (“ITIN”) may be listed as the ‘responsible party’ on an entity’s Employer Identification Number (“EIN”) application on Form SS-4 (“The SS-4”). The SS-4 instruction’s define responsible party as, “the person who …

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