In this episode, host Kaushik Ranchod is joined by John Milikowsky. John is the Founder and Senior Attorney at Milikowsky Tax Law. Prior to that John was a manager and owner of several small businesses for 20 years. John was named one of the top 3 San Diego tax attorneys by the San Diego Tribune.
What are the tax implications for immigrants, and what are some common mistakes people make in tax preparation?
Listen in this week as Kaushik Ranchod and John Milikowsky talk about what immigrants can do if they have a foreign bank account, how recent changes in the Trump Administration affects the tax laws, and some common mistakes that happen around tax preparation.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- [2:52] What to do when an immigrant has a foreign bank account
- [5:18] Foreign banks are required to report US bank accounts to the US Treasury
- [6:57] What made John want to be a tax attorney?
- [10:09] How Trump Administration changes affect the tax laws for immigrants
- [15:15] The National Interest Waiver and taxes
- [18:06] Mistakes small businesses make in tax preparation
- [20:49] Information shared with a CPA is not protected
- [22:24] People often don’t report their income
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