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U.S. Tax Filing Process
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Review & Pay
You approve the tax summaryand pay for your return
Return is Filed
Tax expert assists youin filing your return
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Frequently Asked Questions
April 18th – Deadline to pay tax due.
Yes, you can certainly file your U.S. Tax Returns yourself. However, in our experience, first time filers often make an error choosing the right residency status, along with the right forms. Along with this, they don’t realize that Indian income also needs to be reported in certain cases, which can be adjusted later against Credits (deductions).
These errors can lead to underreporting of income which in turn can lead to punitive IRS action against such individual, especially if they intend to travel back to the U.S. for work in the future. Our tax experts can help filers understand these modalities and file the returns on their behalf.
As you are an OCI holder you must file resident return.
FBAR or the Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts is required to be filed if two conditions are true –
1. You’re a U.S. taxpayer.
2. You own or control foreign bank and financial accounts with a combined value of over $10,000 at anytime during the year
This report covers a variety of foreign financial accounts – bank accounts, security accounts, retirement accounts etc.
FBAR goes along with the return. Once you file a federal extension you get an automatic extension for FBAR’s too.