Late Federal Tax Return Preparation for US Expats Behind on Taxes

$350

Included in our flat fee:

  • All standard expat forms: Forms 1040, 1116, 2555
  • All standard schedules: Schedules A, B, C, D, E (one rental property), up to three Schedule K-1′s, and up to 20 bank and brokerage transactions are all included.

We understand that it can be stressful to be behind on your US taxes, but we have particular expertise in helping US expats get caught up using the Streamlined Filing Procedures and the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP).

For those utilizing the Streamlined Filing Procedures to get caught up, the IRS requires 3 delinquent years of Federal Tax Returns and the past 6 years of FBARs to be filed. As of June 2014, the IRS has waived all late filing and FBAR penalties for those whose lack of filing was non-willful.

In addition, we can help you prepare the tax filings for OVDP.  This program is for individuals who may be at risk of criminal prosecution (or want to avoid this risk) for failing to file or report their assets overseas.  If you enroll in OVDP to get caught up on your taxes, you will need to file 6-8 years of back tax returns and FBARs.  We strongly recommend working with an attorney if you choose to utilize the OVDP and we can recommend an attorney we have worked closely with in the past to advise you.

Why choose Greenback to help you get back on track with the IRS and US Treasury Department?

  • Expertise. True experts who have extensive experience in filing late tax returns. We file 100s of late tax returns each year.
  • Security. You upload your tax documents to a personal, secure data folder. We use 256-bit encrypted security, the same as most banks.
  • Dependability. Late filers often file at times other than tax time, and we are here for you year-round, whenever you need us.
  • Simplified. We don’t leave any financial calculations up to you — we do all the heavy lifting.
  • Sincerity. We pride ourselves on not just being tax experts, but easy to work with too! We know being behind with the IRS on your taxes can be daunting, and we try to allay your fears by explaining complex tax matters in layman’s terms (not jargon) so you understand your choices.