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Reporting Foreign Retirement Plans On Required Information Returns

By Usman Mohammad The CPA Journal February 2020 Edition Foreign asset reporting—including the reporting of foreign retirement plans—is a high priority for the IRS, which in 2019 listed the “failure to report offshore funds” as one of its “Dirty Dozen Tax Scams,” and has done so for several years running. Individuals

Usman Mohammad Participates In A Webinar Entitled “U.S. Tax Reporting Of Foreign Retirement Accounts And Other Foreign Trusts” Hosted By Strafford On January 23, 2020

Usman Mohammad participated in the webinar entitled “U.S. Tax Reporting of Foreign Retirement Accounts and Other Foreign Trusts” hosted by Strafford on January 23, 2020. This webinar covered tax considerations for individuals with interests in foreign retirement accounts and trusts and will benefit accountants, attorneys, and investment professionals serving these

Usman Mohammad Presents Certain Aspects Of International Tax Law At The “Navigating Challenging Markets Through Alternative Investments” Educational Seminar & Dinner

The Navigating Challenging Markets Through Alternative Investments Educational Seminar & Dinner was hosted by Arch Global Advisors on November 21, 2019. Usman Mohammad and John Donovan II, CFP covered topics including Financial Planning, Institutional Real Estate and International Tax Law. Click here for more information.

The IRS’s Updated Voluntary Disclosure Procedures For Offshore Accounts And Assets

By: Usman Mohammad The CPA Journal January 2019 Edition On November 20, 2018, the IRS published an Interim Guidance Memo concerning voluntary disclosures, captioned “Updated Voluntary Disclosure Practice” ( The memo sets forth the IRS’s current policy for handling voluntary disclosures (both offshore and domestic) following the closing of the IRS’s