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© 2016 - 2019 by Cezary Tchorznicki, CPA LLC 

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Cezary Tchorznicki is licensed as a Certified Public Accountant in the state of New York.  Cezary holds Master's degrees in taxation and financial management respectively from Villanova University and EAE Business School/University of Barcelona.  

 

Cezary speaks English, Polish, and Spanish (DELE Level C1).

 

 

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How does it work?    

 

You make the initial contact either by filling out the Initial Inquiry form, by email, or via our chat room.

 

Once we determine your needs, we provide you with an Engagement Letter, and therein outline the services to be performed, as well as state our fees.  For engagements of greater complexity we may require a retainer.  If during the compilation of your return you decide to ask for additional services, we provide you with an amended Engagement Letter.

 

Once we receive a digitally signed Engagement Letter, you are provided with an access to your account at a secure client portal (available to you 24/7).  You will create your own password to access it.

 

We ask you to complete a questionnaire, which, among other things, addresses specificities of expatriate taxation.  You have means to easily and securely upload the completed questionnaire and relevant documents to your client portal account.  The portal is maintained in collaboration with ShareFile®, a company that provides this service to tens of thousands of accounting firms in the U.S.

 

The return is compiled by a CPA.  Whenever needed, you must be available to answer follow-up questions. Once we complete the return, we furnish a copy of the return for your review.  If you are satisfied with the contents, we present you with an invoice.  If you have any questions or comments, we make sure all issues are resolved.  We collaborate with PayPal® in processing of payments and have no insight on your payment method.

 

Once the payment is processed, we will assist you in filing of the return.  

 

Unless your specific circumstances prohibit it - e.g. you are filing an amended return, your spouse is not a U.S. tax resident and no election has been made to treat her (or him) as such, or if you are filing under the Streamlined Procedures - your return is filed electronically.  If your return needs to be filed in paper form, we provide you with specific filing instructions. If you are owed a refund, in most instances, the IRS will wire it directly to your bank account, providing the account is located in the U.S. 

 

To obtain your signature that authorizes the electronic filing of your return, we utilize the RightSignature® application.  Thus generated digital signatures are recognized by the IRS for this particular purpose.

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

The Process

Expat Tax Monitor

Tax Monitor Alert
Mar. 2018
The IRS to End the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program  

Yesterday, the IRS announced...

[Read More]

Tax Monitor Alert
Jan. 2018
The State Department may deny a passport application due to a seriously delinquent tax debt. 

As a consequence of implementing the legislated

[Read More]

Vol.2 

Issue 1.

Section 199A Qualified Business Income Deduction – How does the new law affect the expatriates?

This new law, apart from the decrease of corporate tax rates, can be considered the centerpiece of the recently passed tax legislation. I will refrain from calling it a reform nor will I pour out a bucket of ink critiquing the [as ever] politicized nature of the changes and the apparent wanton disregard for economic realities of the country  [Read More]

Vol.1 

Issue 2.

CO-INVESTING (with Foreign Persons) in the U.S. Real Estate – When Implementing Your Business Strategy Hits a Snag.
Tax Monitor Alert
Mar. 2016

You are a U.S. citizen living abroad and decide to invest in the U.S. real estate. You find a cohort of three business partners that are willing to embark with you on this venture and, upon taking into consideration that two of them are foreign persons, you select [Read More]

New Proposed Rules   New regulations have been proposed regarding tax on gifts and bequests from certain expatriates. [Read More]

Vol.1 

Issue 1.

DISPOSING OF YOUR U.S. PROPERTY - Things to Watch Out For

Citizens and resident aliens living abroad might face one, or more, of these three tax code complexities when contemplating disposal of their U.S. property. [Read More]

Contact &

Client Login

If you are contacting us for the first time, please click on "Initial Inquiry". You can also simply email us. 

 
 
 

Expat Tax Monitor

Tax Monitor Alert
Mar. 2018
The IRS to End the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program  

Yesterday, the IRS announced...

[Read More]

Tax Monitor Alert
Jan. 2018

Vol.2 

Issue 1.

Vol.1 

Issue 2.

This new law, apart from the decrease of corporate tax rates, can be considered the centerpiece of the recently passed tax legislation. I will refrain from calling it a reform nor will I pour out a bucket of ink critiquing the [as ever] politicized nature of the changes and the apparent wanton disregard for economic realities of the country  [Read More]

CO-INVESTING (with Foreign Persons) in the U.S. Real Estate – When Implementing Your Business Strategy Hits a Snag.
Tax Monitor Alert
Mar. 2016

You are a U.S. citizen living abroad and decide to invest in the U.S. real estate. You find a cohort of three business partners that are willing to embark with you on this venture and, upon taking into consideration that two of them are foreign persons, you select [Read More]

New Proposed Rules   New regulations have been proposed regarding tax on gifts and bequests from certain expatriates. [Read More]

Vol.1 

Issue 1.

DISPOSING OF YOUR U.S. PROPERTY - Things to Watch Out For

Citizens and resident aliens living abroad might face one, or more, of these three tax code complexities when contemplating disposal of their U.S. property. [Read More]

Expat Tax Monitor

Tax Monitor Alert
Feb. 2019
Imposition of a civil fraud penalty among the features of the “Updated Voluntary Disclosure Practice” 

 

As we had signaled, the IRS closed its long-running Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP). However, an interim guidance memo published by the IRS in late November of 2018, makes it plainly clear that the Service will provide for some form of a platform for those who... [Read More]

Tax Monitor Alert
Mar. 2018
The IRS to End the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program
 

Yesterday, the IRS announced...

[Read More]

Tax Monitor Alert
Jan. 2018
The State Department may deny a passport application due to a seriously delinquent tax debt. 

As a consequence of implementing the legislated

[Read More]

Vol.2 

Issue 1.

Section 199A Qualified Business Income Deduction – How does the new law affect the expatriates?

This new law, apart from the decrease of corporate tax rates, can be considered the centerpiece of the recently passed tax legislation. I will refrain from calling it a reform nor will I pour out a bucket of ink critiquing the [as ever] politicized nature of the changes and the apparent wanton disregard for economic realities of the country  [Read More]

Vol.1 

Issue 2.

CO-INVESTING (with Foreign Persons) in the U.S. Real Estate – When Implementing Your Business Strategy Hits a Snag.

You are a U.S. citizen living abroad and decide to invest in the U.S. real estate. You find a cohort of three business partners that are willing to embark with you on this venture and, upon taking into consideration that two of them are foreign persons, you select [Read More]

Tax Monitor Alert
Mar. 2016

New Proposed Rules   New regulations have been proposed regarding tax on gifts and bequests from certain expatriates. [Read More]

Vol.1 

Issue 1.

DISPOSING OF YOUR U.S. PROPERTY - Things to Watch Out For

Citizens and resident aliens living abroad might face one, or more, of these three tax code complexities when contemplating disposal of their U.S. property. [Read More]