FBAR Lawyers Minneapolis

Sherayzen Law Office is a premier international law firm that specializes in FBAR compliance among other international tax issues. The firm is headquartered in Minneapolis, but it serves clients throughout the United States and overseas.

FinCEN Form 114 formerly Form TD F 90-22.1, the Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (commonly known as the “FBAR”), is not the most complex form in the Internal Revenue Code, but it is definitely one of the most severe forms when it comes to penalties. A lot of U.S. taxpayers either do not know about this form, do not realize how important it is, or they already realized that they should have filed the FBAR earlier and do not know how to get out of the vicious cycle of non-compliance.

Helping these taxpayers is our specialty. Our international tax firm is highly specialized and experienced in the FBAR matters, including FBAR voluntary disclosure. We will analyze your case thoroughly, determine what your FBAR liability is (because this is not a straightforward matter and there are a lot of factors that influence your potential FBAR penalties) and identify your voluntary disclosure options.

Once you have made your choice with respect to your voluntary disclosure, we will proceed with implementing your customized case strategy. Attorney Eugene Sherayzen will personally be working with you throughout the case; we will prepare all of the required documentation (including any tax forms and the necessary legal briefs), submit all documentation to the IRS and rigorously represent your interests before the IRS throughout the voluntary disclosure process.

Contact Sherayzen Law Office for Help with FBARs

If you have any undisclosed foreign financial accounts, contact Sherayzen Law Office as soon as possible. The earlier you contact us, the sooner we can schedule a consultation to review your case. It is highly important that you contact Sherayzen Law Office before the IRS begins its investigation of your undisclosed accounts, because such investigations may preclude the availability of some of the voluntary disclosure options.