Vital Game Changing Update: IRS Has Ended Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Programs (OVDP) in 2018

Here is the link to this crucial IRS announcement.

If you have even the slightest question and/or if you (or a friend or family member) are certain you may have been non-compliant for years with your Foreign Account reporting and/or FBAR, FATCA or other filing requirements IT IS VITAL, that you contact Mr. Adelman immediately to set up a Consultation and compliance strategy.

From his years of working as a Senior Trial Attorney with the IRS in Philadelphia, Mr. Adelman is certain, with the OVDP ended–note however the very advantageous Streamlined Filing procedures will continue after the end of the OVDP–with continued non-compliance, the possibility of future CRIMINAL exposure when discovered will increase DRAMATICALLY.

It is not too late no matter how long non-compliance has lasted. But the time to get advice from a very experienced Tax Defense Lawyer is NOW.

Take advantage of this opportunity to avoid dangerous existing criminal exposure by contacting attorney Michael S. Adelman immediately. He will use his five decades as a tax controversy lawyer — 16 as a senior trial attorney with IRS Regional Counsel in Philadelphia — to guide you through the steps of the Streamlined Filing Procedures. There is no assurance this opportunity will be afforded again — do this for you and your loved ones’ peace of mind.

  • United States citizens living abroad and dual citizens: The IRS has provided an opportunity in certain circumstances for you to become fully compliant despite previous intentional or inadvertent failures to comply with tax reporting requirements as to foreign financial accounts. The regulations concerning this procedure should be legally evaluated in conjunction with the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP). It is important that dual citizens contact Mr. Adelman to see if you are a candidate for the streamlined offshore Assets/Accounts filing procedure.
  • In tax year 2013, Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) requirements began for both foreign banks and individuals. This has greatly increased the possibility that the IRS will become aware of any nonreporting issues.

Contact Mr. Adelman to evaluate which aspects of the federal tax amnesty opportunities might best fit your circumstances. Long-distance, including international, consultations, with extremely competitive, step-at-a-time legal fees, can be structured.

The next step is up to you. Call 856-330-4035 to begin with a free initial phone consultation.