Immigration

The U.S. attracts foreign investment and entrepreneurs by providing various incentives in the tax code for starting and expanding American businesses. It can also contain traps, however, for the poorly advised. The following is a brief overview of the U.S. tax laws as they apply...

For those who own or manage residential properties in California, you should be aware of these upcoming changes to landlord-tenant law. There are at least two new laws in California that can affect landlord and tenant rights and duties. The first law, passed as a bill...

Individuals who make Section 83(b) elections are no longer required to file a copy of the written election statement with their income tax returns. Section 83 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (the “Code”) taxes service providers on the receipt of property, including stock, for...

  There are many types of visas that allow foreign individuals to enter the U.S. for various reasons. In situations related to business activities, the following types of visas are most applicable. B1 Visa The B1 Visa, also known as the Visitor for Business Visa, allows an individual...

All United States persons, including citizens, green card holders, and individuals considered US residents based on the duration of their stay in the United States, are required to annually report their ownership of, or signature authority over, foreign bank accounts. The form for such reporting...

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