December 10, 2019

How to Get an Expired Treasury Check Reissued by the IRS

The U.S. Department of the Treasury issues checks authorized by federal agencies for payment of benefits or, in the case of the Internal Revenue Service, tax refunds. Treasury checks expire one year after the date of issue. Banks will not accept the expired check for cashing or deposit. Although the U.S. Treasury issues the checks, […]

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Let’s Talk about Latin America

We first discussed Latin America a few years ago here – https://www.mooresrowland.tax/2016/01/latin-american-tax-treaties-regional.html Latin America has it’s share of location independent business owners.   One key attraction of Latin America is how happy a region it is.  See the chart below – Unfortunately, Latin America is not the most tax efficient of regions.  The average rates tend

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Tax in Puerto Rico

We’ve discussed Puerto Rico before.  It is the one place that US citizens and Green Card holders can move to, and easily and LEGALLY  experience much lower tax rates   – https://www.mooresrowland.tax/2019/09/the-best-jurisdiction-for-us-citizens.html It’s the big advantage of living in Puerto Rico.  The one downside is that you need to commit yourself to spending a substantive period of

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