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Our Services

SMART TAX FILERS is offering solutions to individuals across the US, with one of the most comprehensive facilities available. We have been helping our clients to manage their financial situation for more than 6 years. Our company has been built upon our core principle of gaining trust from our clients, by giving value rich service and preference to their’ interests first. "We as prefer Trust from our client then the money" At Smart Tax Filers, preparing tax returns is what we do., where we would not encourage false promises to our clients in getting more refund. We’ll take the time to ask the right questions and find all the deductions and credits you deserve, no matter what your occupation. And that could mean more money in your pocket. Smart Tax Filers helps you to get all the deductions and credits you deserve. Keeping up with ever-changing tax deductions can be daunting. Worse, you may be overlooking some deserved tax deductions that could affect your refund. That’s why FTG has compiled a list of commonly overlooked deductions for your reference.

Tax Preparation

Each year we prepare many hundreds of US tax returns every year for US citizens and resident aliens, wherever they happen to be in the world. You don't need to be resident in the USA for us to get help. SMART TAX FILERS helps you to get all the deductions and credits you deserve. Keeping up with ever-changing tax deductions can be daunting. Worse, you may be overlooking some deserved tax deductions that could affect your refund. That's why Smart Tax Filers has compiled a list of commonly overlooked deductions for your reference. .

Tax Planning

Most of us who live outside of the United States have to pay tax in the country in which we live. US citizens or green card holders have the same income subjected to US tax. In plain words, there is double tax. To prevent this happening, the US has double tax treaties with many countries and very often it is possible to claim a credit for the foreign tax paid (or accrued) on income to avoid double taxation..

FBRR

Each United States person (US Citizen or otherwise US resident), who has a financial interest, signature, or other authority over any financial accounts, including banks, securities, or other types of financial accounts in a foreign country ( e.g. Bank accounts, Investment accounts, Mutual funds, Retirement accounts ), and if the aggregate value of these financial accounts exceed $10,000 at any time during the calendar year, must report that relationship each year, by filing TD F 90-22.1 with Department of the treasury, on or before June 30 of the succeeding year. There is no extension of time available for filing this report.

Non-resident Tax

Your tax obligations will be different depending on your status, whether you are aResident Alien, Non-resident Alien or Dual Status Alien. Your tax obligations will even depend on the country your moved in or out, and even on your occupation. It really is a rather complicated process - but that is what we are here for. By asking the right questions, we determine your status and file the right tax return for you.