Josh Maxwell, Partner at Hone Maxwell LLP, was published in the STEP Hong Kong newsletter regarding investing in U.S. property

Josh Maxwell, Partner at Hone Maxwell LLP, was published in the STEP Hong Kong newsletter regarding investing in U.S. property. This article is excellent information for any foreigners who would like to invest in U.S. real estate. http://www.step.org/sites/default/files/Branches/hongkong/newsletters/Dec16/Foreign_investment_in_US_property_Maxwell.pdf

How FATCA and CRS Affect U.S. Investment

Hone Maxwell LLP would like to congratulate Partner Josh Maxwell on his recent article published in the international notes section of Tax Analysts, co-authored by Bill Ahern, a well-respected attorney from Hong Kong.  The article discusses the United States decision not to join CRS, a global FATCA type system, and instead to choose to continue […]

TAX TIP – INNOCENT SPOUSE RELIEF IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

Both federal and California law provide relief for “innocent spouses” determined not to be responsible for taxes due on returns filed using a married filing status.  The majority of innocent spouse cases involve joint returns filed by taxpayers who were married at the time the return was filed. Where a joint return is filed, both […]

FATCA – What it Is, What it Isn’t, and What’s Next

Hone Maxwell LLP would like to congratulate Partner Josh Maxwell and Associate Attorney Aaron Li on their recent article publication in the Hong Kong based Asia Pacific Journal of Taxation.  The purpose of the article is to give taxpayers a more clear view of FATCA, the new tax environment, and options for taxpayers to become […]

Beware of Scams Impersonating the IRS

As tax season continues, taxpayers are going through the stress of organizing their tax documents, filing their tax return and paying their tax. In the midst of it all, scammers are taking advantage of the situation. The IRS has issued multiple warnings regarding these types of scams and to clarify their procedures. IRS Special Edition […]

Tax News –Passport Revocation for Seriously Delinquent Taxpayers

The federal government recently signed the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (“FAST Act”) into law allowing the Secretary of State to deny, revoke or limit the United States passports of individuals with “seriously delinquent” tax debt. This legislation allows the IRS and Department of Treasury to notify the Secretary of State where any individual taxpayer […]

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