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Netherlands Antilles Tax Attorney

REPRESENTING INDIVIDUALS & BUSINESSES WITH ACCOUNTS OR FOREIGN-SOURCED INCOME IN THE NETHERLANDS ANTILLES

Thorn Law Group provides experienced legal representation for individuals and businesses with offshore accounts, business operations and foreign-sourced income in the Netherlands Antilles. We pride ourselves on offering comprehensive tax law services tailored to each individual client’s needs and which minimize IRS-related consequences. Our firm is recognized worldwide for our successful track record for resolving complex domestic and international tax matters, including Foreign Bank Account Reporting (FBAR), international tax planning, Foreign Accounts Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), IRS case litigation, criminal tax investigations and collections. Our Netherlands Antilles tax attorneys have saved clients millions of dollars and serious IRS penalties, and are ready to do the same for you.

THE IRS IS CRACKING DOWN ON OFFSHORE ACCOUNTS – WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR YOU?

The Netherlands Antilles are part of a group of nations in the Dutch Caribbean which are famously home to some of the most popular offshore financial institutions, including private banks and lenders that serve both individuals and corporations. As of 2004, a total of 42 foreign banks operated in the Netherlands Antilles, housing over $41 billion. If you have an offshore account in the Netherlands Antilles or run a business here, you are certainly not alone. Unfortunately, this means you are also at risk of having your assets become the focus of an IRS investigation.

Recently, the IRS has been cracking down on foreign accounts held by U.S. taxpayers in an effort to reduce tax evasion. Anyone whose offshore accounts reach $10,000 within a calendar year period must disclose this information to the IRS as part of the Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts Program (FBAR). If you haven’t already been notified of a government investigation into your accounts, it may only be a matter of time. Fortunately, this is not something you have to face by yourself.

Hello, my name is Kevin E. Thorn, Managing Partner at Thorn Law Group. My firm is dedicated to protecting the rights of taxpayers and finding swift and effective solutions for their tax cases. However, before founding Thorn Law Group, I served as an attorney for the IRS and United States Tax Court. This was an invaluable opportunity for me, as I was able to gain unique, inside knowledge of the U.S. tax system that I now put to use when defending my clients. With a rare set of skills and unwavering determination, I – along with my legal team – work diligently and aggressively to achieve successful outcomes for all our clients’ tax matters.

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CONTACT A NETHERLANDS ANTILLES TAX ATTORNEY TO AVOID SERIOUS IRS CONSEQUENCES

If you do not disclose the value of your foreign accounts, you may be liable to pay the IRS millions of dollars in fines or may even incur civil and/or criminal penalties. The longer you put off bringing your accounts into compliance with FBAR regulations, the more severe the consequences you may face. To avoid these types of repercussions, contact Managing Partner Kevin E. Thorn today for a consultation.  


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"The attorneys at Thorn Law Group, PLLC have significant experience in all phases of tax controversy, fraud and tax litigation. The Managing Partner, Kevin Thorn, is incredibly personable, yet also brilliant at what he does. Kevin's depth of knowledge in tax administration and procedure provides us with valuable insight into the government's and the courts' perspectives in our case. I would definitely recommend the firm to anyone with needs in resolving any kind of tax disputes."