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Federal & State Tax Filing

UsTaxFiler® is the dedicated tax filing department under Global Tax Solutions, the registered Electronic Return Originator(ERO) with the IRS and governed by Circular 230 of IRS Rules.

The main distinct of UsTaxFiler®, when compared to the other tax consultants in the industry, is to carry out the tax preparation only by the CPA’s, EA’s, Chartered Accountants, MBA’s and Registered Tax Return Preparers (RTRP) who hold Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN). Thus, the tax return is thoroughly studied considering the given tax situation of a specified taxpayer.

We assure 100% accuracy in the tax preparation as all the tax returns are prepared only by the qualified professionals, all the tax returns are filed after conducting multiple quality/accuracy reviews.

Services offered with respect to Tax Filing

  • Tax Planning as to reduce the tax liability
  • Preparation of Federal and State Tax Returns
  • E-filing/Paper Filing
  • Filing of Amendment Tax Returns/ Claim for refund
  • Preparation of ITIN ( Form W7) applications
  • Passport Certification Services
  • Extension of Tax Returns

FBAR (Foreign Bank Account Reporting)

All US Citizens and Residents who have a financial interest in or signature authority or other authority over any financial account in a foreign country and if the aggregate value of these accounts together exceed $10,000 at any time during the tax year, then it is mandatory to file FBAR with IRS.

We at UsTaxFiler®,obtain the relevant information regarding FBAR services along with the regular tax returns and process the same.

For more information on FBAR, please visit at https://www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/report-of-foreign-bank-and-financial-accounts-fbar


FATCA ( Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act )

Under FATCA, certain U.S. taxpayers holding financial assets outside the United States must report those assets to the IRS on Form 8938, Statement of Specified Foreign Financial Assets. There are serious penalties for not reporting these financial assets (as described below). This FATCA requirement is in addition to the long-standing requirement to report foreign financial accounts on FinCEN Form 114, Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR) (formerly TD F 90-22.1).

Reporting by U.S. Taxpayers Holding Foreign Financial Assets

FATCA requires certain U.S. taxpayers who hold foreign financial assets with an aggregate value of more than the reporting threshold to report information about those assets on Form 8938, which must be attached to the taxpayer's annual income tax return. The reporting threshold is higher for certain individuals, including married taxpayers filing a joint annual income tax return.

Taxpayers living in the United States. You must file Form 8938 if you must file an income tax return and:

  • You are unmarried and the total value of your specified foreign financial assets is more than $50,000 on the last day of the tax year or more than $75,000 at any time during the tax year
  • You are married filing a joint income tax return and the total value of your specified foreign financial assets is more than $100,000 on the last day of the tax year or more than $150,000 at any time during the tax year.
  • You are married filing separate income tax returns and the total value of your specified foreign financial assets is more than $50,000 on the last day of the tax year or more than $75,000 at any time during the tax year. For purposes of calculating the value of your specified foreign financial assets in applying this threshold, include one-half the value of any specified foreign financial asset jointly owned with your spouse. However, report the entire value on Form 8938 if you are required to file Form 8938.
Specified Foreign Financial Assets

Specified foreign financial assets include foreign financial accounts and foreign non-account assets held for investment (as opposed to held for use in a trade or business), such as foreign stock and securities, foreign financial instruments, contracts with non-U.S. persons, and interests in foreign entities.

For more information on FATCA, please visit at https://www.irs.gov/businesses/corporations/foreign-account-tax-compliance-act-fatca


Representation Services

The IRS has three years from the due date of the tax return to assess any additional taxes that may be owed by issuing an Audit Letter. The IRS has the authority to examine the taxpayer’s books, papers and other records that supports the items considered on your filed tax returns. It is always a good idea to keep the records that are relevant with respect to the filed tax returns for at least 3 years from the date on which you have filed your taxes.

Taxpayer representation is the process of assisting our clients in dealing with various taxing authorities, negotiating payment plans or settlements, and in some cases, representing our clients in court. We represent clients on a variety of taxation issues and guide them through the dispute process ranging from a collection action to administrative appeals through litigation.

The best person to represent you in tax matters before the IRS would be your CPA, your tax attorney, or an Enrolled Agent. This person would be very familiar with your tax return and be able to speak to the tax agencies about the issues in the tax preparation and filing.

UsTaxFiler® will be providing the representation services if the taxpayer ( Individual or Business Entity) receives any audit notice from the IRS with regards to the previously filed tax returns. The taxpayer can write a Power of Attorney, Form 2848, appointing our Enrolled Agent or CPA to represent the case before the IRS, this Power of Attorney will authorize us to act in place of taxpayers in the tax matters.


Withdrawal of funds from Retirement Accounts

If the taxpayers contribute funds to 401(k) or Individual Retirement Account (IRA) plans, they can withdraw the funds anytime (early withdrawal before reaching 59.5 years of age) from those retirement accounts if they are in need of funds.

One can take loans from the Retirement Accounts or also withdraw the funds permanently in which case the taxpayers are liable for 10% early withdrawal penalty. In some cases, IRS allows taxpayers to withdraw funds from the retirement accounts without incurring the early withdrawal penalty.

UsTaxFiler® helps you to provide options to cash out the Retirement Accounts which will certainly minimize your exposure to penalties, taxes and issues with the IRS.