Last month, we talked about 1-9 requirements here.
This month, I was interviewed by The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel regarding I-9 Compliance.
Below is a more detailed description of I-9 requirements and steps a company can take to avoid inadvertent errors:
The I-9 form is required for every employee of the company, including its officers, executives or partners. It is important to remember that the review and certification of an employee’s documents must be done in person with the original documents.» Read More
As promised, the Internal Revenue Service has made major changes to its offshore voluntary compliance programs, providing new channel for residents and expats to come into compliance with U.S. tax obligations.
In the SEA M&A Liquidity Advisor Newsletter, I am discussing what business owners should know about I-9 audits.
Unless you’ve been hunting in the Outback for the last few years, you should be deeply aware of government’s concern regarding the employment of undocumented workers. In fact, the Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has dramatically stepped up its audit and enforcement activity, otherwise known as I-9 audits.
We previously wrote a blog post on the program the IRS launched in September of 2012 for certain taxpayers with offshore income who might qualify for a program which is an alternative to the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program. On February 27, 2013, the IRS issued an informative publication giving guidance on issues taxpayers considering entering the program for non-resident, non-filers should consider.» Read More