Not knowing the tax rules and missing strategies can cost a foreign person or business millions of dollars in fines and penalties every year. Learn what has to be reported to the IRS and how to plan to minimize taxes and avoid penalties. Find out how your tax status may vary from your immigration status. The United States is one of the top choices for real estate investment by foreigners. Foreign investors are rushing to buy residential and commercial real estate. Unique tax rules apply when foreigners invest in U.S. real estate and are explained in basic language in this guide. A Tax Guide 4 Foreigners provides tax tips for foreigners who invest, live or work in the United States. A simple explanation of the most important rules on income, estate and gift taxes is provided in this guide. It’s a good place for a foreign person or business to begin to understand the U.S. tax system and how to make the right choices. This Bi-Lingual version contains material on “Smart Planning You Should Do” and how to get a consultation and response back by e mail from a Chinese speaking professional.
Licensed to practice law in both California and Washington, Mary has practiced for more than 35 years and is a tax specialist certified by The State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization since 1979. One of her areas of expertise is advising foreign persons on the basic tax implications of living or investing in the U.S., and in the converse offering assistance to U.S. persons with their IRS reporting obligations if they choose to live or invest abroad. She is licensed by the Dept of Licensing of Washington State as a Real Estate Instructor in the area of Taxation. Ms. Vigal is a former full time associate professor of law at the Graduate School of Taxation of Golden Gate University in San Francisco California, a visiting professor in taxation at the Santa Clara University School of Law in Santa Clara California, and a former lecturer at the San Jose State Graduate School of Business in San Jose California. Ms. Vigal received her B.A. degree in Economics from the Colorado College, her J.D. degree from the University of Santa Clara and her LL.M. (tax) degree, from Golden Gate University. She is a member of the Washington State Bar Association, the State Bar of California the Society of Trust and Estate Practioners (STEP) and, the International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI ). Through the Condado Group LLC, Mary offers tax consultation and planning for international clients acquiring U.S. real estate or businesses, and pre-immigration tax planning for those foreigners interested in obtaining green cards or residency status in the U.S. Contact the Condado Group LLC by e mail in Chinese and your message will be answered by a Chinese speaking professional.
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