Category: Domestic Taxation

Richard S. Lehman talks about taxpayers who lose money in Ponzi Schemes may enjoy a tax advantage

There are several investments that turn out to be fraudulent schemes in which investors invest their hard earned funds and lose those funds because there was never in fact an actual investment that produced profits. Generally, those frauds are known

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Update on the IRS Amnesty Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program

American citizens and residents often have placed funds in “foreign bank accounts” in banks all over the world. There is a requirement that all of these foreign bank accounts be reported to the United States on an annual basis and

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PODCAST: Richard S. Lehman discussing Claw-Backs at recent Stafford webinar

PODCAST Now Available 110-minute webinar with Q&A This event was recorded live with Stafford Publishing on Thursday, November 10, 2016 “Section 1341 “Claim of Right” Refunds: Calculating Tax Benefits, Avoiding Double Taxation on Repayments and Claw-Backs” Overview: The June 2016 tax court

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PODCAST: Pre-Immigration Income Tax Planning & The EB-5 program

Navigating the EB-5 Investor’s Visa Program, Leveraging Tax Credits and Avoiding Tax Traps This is a recording of a 90-minute webinar with Q&A Podcast OUTLINE Residency and tax consequences Pre-immigration planning goals Avoiding anti-deferral rules Minimizing transfer tax impact EB-5

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Pre-Immigration and EB-5 Investor Visa 90-minute webinar

The panel will discuss strategies for minimizing the U.S. tax impact of foreign-source ordinary and capital income prior to establishing tax residency in the U.S., and will also detail the EB-5 program for nonresidents seeking to establish permanent residency through investment in the U.S. economy and the tax issues that can arise from participating in a regional center.

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Videos Explaining United States Taxation

Tax Lawyer Richard S. Lehman, Esq., Offers Tax Webinars and Training on Relevant Tax Issues Please note: once you pick your presentation you will be taken to USTaxLawSeminars.com website (a Richard S. Lehman website) to view and download materials. U.S.

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The top 10 questions about tax incentive for exporting from the United States

The IC-DISC a hidden gem in the tax code. U.S. taxpayers that sell, lease or license “export property” which is manufactured, produced or grown in the United States (more than 50% of the DISC materials sold must be made in

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Richard S. Lehman, Esq., answers the top 10 questions about the I.R.S. Streamlined Compliance Program

Question 1 Will a taxpayer qualify for the Streamline Program if they are under examination? a) Yes b) No c) They will qualify unless they are under criminal examination Question 2 Can a U.S. Taxpayer who is living in the

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Real Estate Sales to Foreign Investors in Billion Dollars

The National Association of Realtors states that approximately 55% of reported foreign transactions of purchases by international clients are cash. They say that mortgage financing tends to be a problem for non-resident international clients due to financial profiles that are

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Tax Deferral: Delayed Tax Payment On Gains

Tax Planning Techniques for Real Estate Investors The “Like Kind Exchange” Real estate investors whose property increased in value may change their investment from one real estate investment to a different real estate investment of a higher value without paying

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