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Mir Taxes - Services

 

We primarily handle all of your tax issues and reporting so that you are compliant through the current year with the U.S. government. The U.S. government requires all citizens and legal (green card) residents to file a tax declaration each year. The Department of Treasury also requires reporting of bank accounts with aggregate balances of $10,000.

 

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IRS Annual Tax Preparation and Filing

 

Form 1040 Annual Tax Preparation to the IRS and Common Schedules:

 

Schedule A - Itemized Deductions

Schedule B - Interest & Dividends

Schedule C – Self-employment

Schedule D – Capital gains/losses on investments

Schedule E – Rental Income

Form 1095 - Health Care forms

Form 1116 - Foreign Tax Credit

Form 2555 - Foreign Earned Income

Form 8938 – FATCA requirement

Form 8965 - Health Coverage Exemptions

 

Foreign Tax Credit and Foreign Income Exclusions

 

State Tax Filing

 

Some states require filing tax reports even if you are an expat

 

Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR)

Foreign bank accounts with an aggregate balance over $10,000 in prior year require filing to Department of Treasury - FBAR - FinCEN Report 114

 

Consultations

 

Tax Compliance and Past Filings

Completed Tax Package Review

Other Tax Issues

 

Prior Year Filing

 

Taxes Returns and FBAR Forms

Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program

Streamlined Filing Processes Compliance

Tax Filing Extension to IRS

 

Expats: Can’t finish by June 15? We will file an extension to October 15

Note: No extensions allowed for FBAR

 

Referrals

 

Financial Planning, Pension, Insurance, And Banking Planning

Currency conversions at a minimal cost

Tax Due Dates in 2017

 

January 19

IRS E-file begins

 

January 31

W-2 due from employers

 

April 18

“Tax Day” Deadline day for filing federal and state (most states) income tax returns and extension requests. Additional days due to holidays.

 

April 18 (new due date in 2017)

FBAR reports due to US Treasury

 

June 15

“Tax Day” for US expats. Deadline for filing federal and state income tax returns (most states) and extension requests

 

October 16

Filing extended 2016 federal and state income returns. Note: you still need to file for an extension request by April 18th, or June 15th for expats. Any expected tax liability still due by April 18th without interest and penalties add-on.

 

October 16 (new in 2017)

FBAR is DUE.

 

April 15, 2020

Last date to file a 2016 tax amendment is in 2020.

 

Deadline of 3 years from the original due date to claim any tax refund of any previous years.

 

Financial Advice and Planning

Dunhill Financial

 

Currency Exchange

Moneycorp

 

Av. des Saisons 110

1050 Brussels - Belgium

 

E-mail us: info@mirtaxes.com

 

Call us: +32 (0)494 27 9763

10am - 6pm, Monday - Friday

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