Reporting Foreign Assets & Activities: Requirements and Challenges
Monday, April 24th, 2023
1200 Tices Lane
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
Join us for a Complimentary CPE Presentation on Reporting Foreign Assets & Activities: Requirements and Challenges
- Penalty structure
- Best practices in reporting
- IRS penalty avoidance programs
- Latest Supreme Court case impacting FBAR penalties
- Summary of most common international tax reporting forms
CPE: 1.5 NJ credits
Parag Patel, Esq.
Mr. Patel is a New Jersey Super Lawyer by New Jersey Magazine for tax and estate planning. Mr. Patel has received an AV rating from the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating System, which is the highest professional rating possible among lawyers. Mr. Patel is the Chairman of the Tax Law Committee of American Bar Association’s GP Solo and Small Firm Division. Mr. Patel is a member of the New Jersey State, New York State, Florida, and American Bar Associations. Mr. Patel has offices in New Jersey, New York, and Florida.Mr. Patel also serves as Municipal Court Judge for Westfield Township and Edison Township Municipal Courts, with jurisdiction of vehicular.
Darko Naumoski, CPA
Darko Naumoski, a Principal at WilkinGuttenplan, joined the firm in 2017 and specializes in international taxation and planning strategies. Darko’s tax practice is consumed by international tax matters including U.S. tax aspects of international business such as foreign businesses doing work in the U.S. and U.S. businesses doing work abroad. Darko assists mid-market, multinational clients to create and implement tax structures that are operationally practical to minimize worldwide tax. For foreign-based businesses, Darko and his team are often the first points of contact to steer clients through the different hurdles giving these clients peace of mind that their businesses are tax compliant in the US.