CPA WorldTax Areas of Expertise for Non-Resident Aliens with U.S. Source Income:

  • Planning the best ownership structure for your U.S. business interests.
  • Tax planning on buying or selling U.S. real estate including Forms 8288-A & 8288-B, and request for early refund of withholding.
  • Effect of Income Tax Treaties and Treaty-Based Position Disclosures
  • Non-Resident Alien Tax Returns for Non-Resident Aliens with U.S. Source Wages.
  • Non-Resident Alien Tax Returns for Non-Resident Aliens with U.S. Source investments (such as Real Property).

Tax Planning and Preparation for Non-Resident Aliens with U.S. Source Income

Non-Resident Aliens of the U.S. who have U.S. source income (either through compensation or investments, such as real estate) are required to file a U.S. Income Tax Return if they meet the U.S. filing requirements.

To make matters more complex, various treaties between the U.S. and the nonresident’s home country may cause at least a partial exemption from income taxation. But Non-Resident Aliens usually still need to file a U.S. Income Tax Return to claim this treaty exemption.

Let CPA WorldTax help you determine what your U.S. reporting requirements are so you stay in compliance with all tax authorities.

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