Tag: Expat Tax Preparation

As an Expat your Taxes can be a Lot More Complicated than if You are a US Resident

Filed in CPA Blog by on September 23, 2019

Expats have flocked to San Francisco and Silicon Valley for obvious reasons. It’s a “gold rush” these days here in California, especially due to the “start-up” scene.

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Overseas Income? You Need a Top Expat CPA Firm

Filed in CPA Blog by on July 7, 2019

Here at Safe Harbor we are known as one of the best expat CPA firms in the Bay Area. You might imagine that would all be US/China or US/India but that’s not the case. We certainly do have clients with interests in those countries, but in reality, most of our expat tax work is with […]

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Considering Becoming a Canadian Expat? Some Income Tax Issues to Consider When Moving from Canada to the USA

Filed in CPA Blog by on February 26, 2019

As one of the top “expat tax return preparation services” here in San Francisco and in general in California, we get lots of questions from “expats” or “expatriates.”

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San Francisco’s Top-rated Tax Service for Businesses, Safe Harbor LLP Announces Newsletter on Corporate and Business Tax Preparation in Light of the TCJA

Filed in CPA Blog by on January 7, 2019

January 7, 2018 – San Francisco, California. Safe Harbor LLP, considered one of the best accounting and CPA firms in San Francisco for businesses and corporations, is proud to announce a timely newsletter in light of the so-called TCJA (Tax Cut and Jobs Act) of 2017, often referred to colloquially as the “Trump Tax Cuts.”

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Safe Harbor LLP of San Francisco Announces Post on Finding the Best Tax Service in California for International and Expat Tax Return Preparation

Filed in CPA Blog by on January 3, 2019

January 3, 2019 – San Francisco, California. Safe Harbor LLP, considered one of the top international tax accounting firms in California, is proud to announce a new post on finding the best tax preparation service in San Francisco, including one with expertise in so-called “expat tax return preparation” and/or “international tax.”

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Leading CPA Firm for Expatriate Tax Preparation in California, Safe Harbor LLP, Announces Updates to Tax Preparation Information Online

Filed in CPA Blog by on March 27, 2018

San Francisco, California – March 27, 2018. Safe Harbor LLP, a San Francisco CPA firm focusing on tax issues for businesses and high net worth individuals, is proud to announce updates to its information pages on expatriate tax preparation issues just in time for the April tax deadline for US tax returns.

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San Francisco’s Leading CPA and Accounting Firm, Safe Harbor LLP Announces Tax Season Preparations for Spring, 2018

Filed in CPA Blog by on February 1, 2018

January 31, 2018 – San Francisco, California. Safe Harbor LLP, considered the leading boutique CPA and accounting firm in San Francisco for business and corporate tax preparation, is proud to announce preparations for what is anticipated to be one of the busiest tax seasons on record. San Francisco Bay Area businesses are anxious and a […]

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Expat Tax Preparation Is One Of Our Specialties (Especially Canadian Expat Tax Return Preparation)

Filed in CPA Blog by on December 21, 2017

San Francisco has a population approaching 900,000 people, and many of them are from a wide variety of countries – Canada in particular.

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Expat Tax Return Preparation: Making Clients Great Again!

Filed in CPA Blog by on November 3, 2017

While the political climate keeps heating up over immigration along the south of the United States, we’d like to remind people that there are plenty of hard-working people coming from the northern side.

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Understanding Canadian Tax Return Preparation in the United States

Filed in CPA Blog by on July 7, 2017

Remember after the last election there was a spike in Google searches about living in Canada? Apparently there wasn’t a big surge of Bay Area locals immigrating to “America’s Hat” as some predicted.

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