Under the Bank Secrecy Act, U.S. residents or a person in and doing business in the United States must file a report with the U.S. Treasury if he or she has a financial account in a foreign country with a value exceeding $10,000 at any time during the calendar year. Taxpayers comply with this law by noting the account on their tax return and by filing Form 90-22.1, the Foreign Bank and Financial Account Report (FBAR). Willfully failing to file an FBAR report can be punished under both civil and criminal law.
In this 2006 article, tax attorney Robert E. McKenzie discusses tax scams.
Robert McKenzie was recognized in an article in the April/May 2009 edition of CPA Magazine entitled the “Top 40 Tax Advisors to Know During a Recession.” State society and national association of CPAs and accountants nominated the candidates. Each candidate was then asked to submit words of advice about tax planning during a recession.
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