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Our aim is to address the needs and objectives of each client, enabling them to balance compliance and value creation.

We also assist different kind of businesses, individuals and organizations with tax strategy, planning, and compliance, whilst also delivering a wide range of business advisory services with dedicated tax professionals. This means that we can support you both locally and globally, wherever you require tax advice.

We are experienced in working with an expansive and diverse client-base comprising of all types of businesses that ay also include multinationals and local companies, privately-owned organizations, entrepreneurs, family businesses and private individuals.

While the objectives of different tax functions will vary in the detail, we believe that the effectiveness of the tax function is fundamentally based on its ability to achieve three core objectives:

Create, protect and optimize value in the context of the organization’s business objectives.
Manage a wide range of tax related risks from carrying on business.
Ensure compliance with tax laws and reporting requirements.
We help you in compliance of your US tax return preparation and help you in filing your tax returns with IRS.

In the United States, residents are generally taxed on their worldwide compensation regardless of where or for whom the services are performed. Compensation includes cash remuneration and the fair market value of property or services received. Foreign earned income exclusions may apply to certain income earned by a resident for services performed in a country other than the United States.

Non-residents are subject to U.S. tax on income from U.S. sources. U.S. source income that is not effectively connected with a U.S. trade or business (generally investment income) is taxed on a gross basis at a flat 30-percent rate (unless a lower treaty rate applies). A non-resident engaged in a trade or business within the United States during the taxable year is taxed on income effectively connected with the U.S. trade or business, less allowable deductions, at normal graduated rates. Generally, income effectively connected with a U.S. trade or business includes compensation for personal services performed in the United States.

A foreign national who changes from U.S. resident status to non-resident status or from non-resident to U.S. resident during a year is subject to U.S. tax as if the year were divided into two separate periods, one of residence and one of non-residence. The dual status foreign national is generally subject to tax on worldwide income for the period of residence and generally only on U.S. source income for the period of non-residence.

The IRC is structured to obtain at least 90% of the final income tax through withholding and estimated tax payments. Individuals who earn income not subject to withholding must pay tax on that income in quarterly installments.


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