Igor Drabkin and David Warner to Conduct Strafford Webinar on Updates Related to FBAR Filings and Enforcement
We are pleased to announce that Igor Drabkin and David Warner will be speaking in an upcoming Strafford live webinar, “FBAR 2020 Update: FinCen Form 114, Deadlines, Extension, Penalty Resolution, and Waiver Provisions” scheduled for Thursday, July 16
Holtz, Slavett & Drabkin, APLC is proud to sponsor the 35th Annual Tax Controversy Institute, which will take place on October 22, 2019, at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
On November 20, 2018, the IRS issued a Memorandum, describing the process for all voluntary disclosures following the closing of the 2014 OVDP on September 28, 2018. The new procedures are effective for all disclosures after September 28, 2018. Under the new procedures, the taxpayers with hidden foreign bank accounts, whose behavior may be considered willful, will find stricter requirements and higher penalties.
Think the Criminal Statute of Limitations for Failure to Report Foreign Bank Accounts Has Expired? Think Again.
In general, the United States has five years to start criminal proceedings in a criminal case (either through an indictment or information). 18 U.S.C. § 3282. However, there are several statutes that could suspend or extend this five-year period, and an individual might not even know if the statute of limitations has been extended.