We have been providing tax services to foreign clients in Central Florida for over 30 years. We have dedicated staff ready to provide services to Nonresident Alien taxpayers. The majority of our Non Resident clients are foreign investors with US real estate or US based businesses.
We specialize in the following:
We take complex information and break it down so you can understand the issues, allowing you to make decisions that are right for you and your business.
Andy J. Baumruk, CPA, Managing Partner
Andy joined the firm in 1992. His experience includes tax compliance and planning for non-resident aliens, foreign investors and those in the real estate industry.
Ana Luisa Lantigua, CPA, Partner
Ana’s expertise encompasses consulting with foreign individuals who need an ITIN, have FIRPTA concerns or want to open a business in the US and need New Business due diligence. She is fluent in English and Spanish.
Maria Valera, Accountant
Judy Moronta, Coordinator
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Virtual currencies or cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple are in the news frequently these days, and for 2019 taxes the IRS is increasing efforts to catch unreported income in this developing medium of commerce and investment. Last year the IRS announced that it was sending letters to over 10,000 taxpayers with virtual currency transactions inquiring about unreported income. On your 2019 tax return, the IRS requires your response to the following question, “At any time during 2019, did you receive, sell, send, exchange, or otherwise acquire any financial interest in any virtual currency?” Maximum penalties for unreported virtual currency transactions is a fine of $250,000 and possibly even imprisonment.
Prior to 2018, many taxpayers who worked from home were eligible to deduct the cost of their qualified home office as a miscellaneous itemized deduction on Schedule A of their individual income tax return. But the home office and all other miscellaneous itemized deductions were eliminated under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Although W-2 employees have lost this deduction, it is still available for a self-employed proprietor (Schedule C), a partner (Schedule E) or a farmer (Schedule F).
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