Our Clients


Most of our clients are US expatriates filing taxes from abroad. We also help US residents, non-residents, and part-time residents who have to file taxes in the United States.

US Expat Entrepreneurs

If you are a foreign or domestic business owner, special tax laws apply depending upon your situation. We help you effectively navigate these laws to stay in compliance and take advantages of certain benefits. In addition to preparing your expat tax return, we can also help you set up the most tax-optimized entity for your business.

Americans Working Overseas

Whether you are employed by a multinational corporation, work for a local company, or are a freelancer, we have expertise in advising people in your exact situation.  No matter your situation, we can prepare and file your taxes while you are working abroad.

Individuals who need file back taxes

If you haven’t been filing tax returns or other financial reporting forms in prior years or have made mistakes in filing prior US expat tax returns, you may face severe penalties if discovered by the authorities. We can help you get back into tax compliance with the IRS and Treasury, while minimizing potential penalties and taxes due.

Digital Nomads

Some of us have been there ourselves, so we’ve experienced first-hand your unique lifestyle and the issues you face as a traveling expat.  We’ll help you understand your tax obligations and advise you of the tax benefits that come with working remotely abroad.

Non-Residents Investing in the US

If you invest or start a business in the US, whether in securities, real estate or a startup, there will be US tax implications. Not only can we help you with filing your taxes from abroad, but also with setting up US business structures and bank accounts from abroad as well.

Retirees Abroad

You worked hard to build a nest egg, but taxes can significantly affect it going forward. When you are filing taxes from abroad, there are tax implications you may not be aware of. If you receive a pension, retirement account distribution, rental income or other income, you must understand how it will be treated by the IRS and your host nation. We know the tax nuances faced by retirees filing taxes from abroad and help you file your tax return.

Foreign nationals living in the US

Foreign citizens who live and work in the US face unique tax situations. Your visa may determine the type of tax return you must file, as well as the tax benefits afforded to you. We  have experience dealing with the issues that foreign nationals face, whether they are executives, students, or visiting professors.

Green Card Holders

As a Green Card holder you are considered a US permanent resident and have to file US taxes, no matter where you live in the world. We have experience with dual status taxpayers, re-entry permit holders, and other complexities of US residency.