Minnesota FBAR Tax Attorney | International Tax Lawyer

If you are looking for a Minnesota FBAR tax attorney, consider retaining the services of Mr. Eugene Sherayzen of Sherayzen Law Office, Ltd. (“Sherayzen Law Office”). Mr. Sherayzen is an international tax attorney and founder of Sherayzen Law Office.

Minnesota FBAR tax attorney: FBAR Specialization of an International Tax Attorney

The definition of a Minnesota FBAR tax attorney includes two major specializations: FBARs and US international tax law in general. With respect to the first specialization,  Mr. Sherayzen has personally filed over a thousand FBARs and has helped hundreds of US taxpayers worldwide to bring their tax affairs into full compliance with US tax laws.

Mr. Sherayzen also specializes in international tax compliance, including voluntary disclosure of delinquent (i.e. late) FBARs.  He is an international tax attorney who is able to deliver a variety of services and freely operate with experience and knowledge in all relevant areas of international tax law.  Together with his highly-experienced team at Sherayzen Law office, Mr. Sherayzen is able to (often as part of an offshore voluntary disclosure) to amend US tax returns, properly prepare foreign financial statements according to US GAAP, correctly calculate PFICs, and innumerable number of other tasks.

Mr. Sherayzen has an extensive experience with and knowledge of all offshore voluntary disclosure options that involve delinquent FBARs, including; former OVDP/OVDI, Streamlined Domestic Offshore Procedures, Streamlined Foreign Offshore Procedures, Delinquent FBAR Submission Procedures, Delinquent International Information Return Submission Procedures, IRS Voluntary Disclosure Practice and Reasonable Cause Disclosures.

Sherayzen Law Office Legal Team Provides Efficient and Cost-Effective Services

In order to make sure that his work is expeditious and cost-effective, Mr. Sherayzen built a team of tax professionals that he employs within his firm. Each member of the team is trained personally by Mr. Sherayzen and is assigned specific tasks. For example, an international tax accountant helps Mr. Sherayzen prepare the clients’ tax returns while his staff is trained in creating FBARs based on the information already verified by Mr. Sherayzen.

This team of motivated, intelligent and experienced tax professionals allows Sherayzen Law Office to provide an exceptional array of customized offshore voluntary disclosure, international tax planning and international tax compliance services which fully integrate the legal and accounting aspects of international tax compliance and offshore voluntary disclosures in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

Therefore, if you are looking for a Minnesota FBAR tax attorney, please contact Mr. Sherayzen as soon as possible to schedule Your Confidential Consultation

Child FBAR Obligations | FBAR Tax Lawyer & Attorney

Child FBAR filing obligations is a topic that comes up fairly often in my practice. In this short essay, I will discuss whether a child is required to file an FBAR and how it should be done.

Child FBAR Obligations: What is FBAR

FBAR is a common abbreviation for the Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts, officially called FinCEN Form 114, Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (used to be TD F 90-22.1). This form is used by US persons to report to the IRS a financial interest in or signatory authority over foreign financial accounts.  This is one of the most important forms that US taxpayers need to file in order to comply with their US international tax law requirements. A failure to file an FBAR when required may result in an imposition of severe IRS penalties.

Child FBAR Obligations: No Age Limitations

All US Persons are potentially subject to the FBAR requirement with no regard for their age. In other words, minor children with foreign accounts that satisfy the FBAR filing threshold must file FBARs. Even a newborn infant may have to file an FBAR. See BSA Electronic Filing Requirements For Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FinCEN Form 114), p. 6.

Child FBAR Obligations: How to file a Child’s FBAR

While a child is responsible for the filing of his own FBAR, the child’s parent, guardian or other legally responsible person must file the FBAR for the child if the child is unable to do it himself.  Id. In such cases, the responsible person, parent or guardian must sign the FBAR on behalf of the child as “Parent/Guardian filing for child”.

Contact Sherayzen Law Office for Professional Help with Your Child FBAR Obligations

Parents often overlook their children’s FBAR obligations.  Time and again, I discover that otherwise fully-compliant taxpayers completely neglected their children’s FBARs.

If your child has not filed the required FBARs or he needs help complying with his current FBAR obligations, contact Sherayzen Law Office for professional help.  We are a highly-experienced team of international tax professionals led by an international tax attorney, Mr. Eugene Sherayzen.  We have helped hundreds of people around the world with their FBAR obligations, including offshore voluntary disclosures, and we can help you!

Contact Us Today to Schedule Your Confidential Consultation!