Hayden T Joseph started a tax practice in 1980. Today, his son, Derren Joseph runs the practice and is part of a 1,500 strong international tax team that works with 6, 7 and 8 figure International Entrepreneurs, Expats and Investors to legally minimize their global tax burden and protect their wealth. Strategies include second citizenships, second residencies and offshore structures. Read more about Derren…
Our US tax planning and US tax compliance is done by our firms in 5 great cities – Singapore, Dubai, Lisbon in Portugal, London in the UK and Miami in Florida. These firms carry the HTJ or Advanced American Tax brand names.
Through our Singapore firm we are a member of Moores Rowland in the Asia Pacific.
Through our firm in Miami, we are a member of Fusion International.
To allow us to provide a wider range of services to our clients, we have Strategic Alliances with I.R.S. Enrolled Agents, Attorneys, and Qualified Accountants / CPAs. What’s the difference?
In short, a certified public accountant (CPA) is an expert in accounting. Tax matters are one of many specialties of CPAs. While an Enrolled Agent (EA) is a tax practitioner who is authorized by the United States Federal government. EAs are specifically skilled tax experts who are empowered to represent clients before the IRS and can handle matters concerning collections, appeals and audits.
A tax attorney, as the name implies, is a tax law specialist and can represent a client in a court of law. If you find yourself in a difficult tax situation, and you feel you might be headed to court, the person to hire is a tax attorney.
Enrolled agents can represent you before the IRS, but only an attorney can represent you in court. Enrolled Agents are the only tax professionals who get their license to practice directly from the IRS and the United States Treasury.
There are two paths to becoming an EA.
Enrolled agents specialize in the tax code and tax matters. An EA must know all of the ins and outs of income tax, gift tax, inheritance tax, estate tax, and payroll tax. The continuing professional education required for an EA is seventy-two hours every three years.
A CPA’s continuing education will cover a wide range of accounting and tax matters, but an EA’s education will focus solely on taxation.
An EA tends to have more expertise in tax matters than a CPA. EAs are the only federally authorized tax professionals licensed to practice across all 50 states. The IRS itself recognizes EAs as tax experts.
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Deandre "Dre" Joseph
Legal Consultant - UK / US
International Tax - Israel
International Tax - Australia
International Tax - Ireland
International Tax - France
International Tax - Portugal
Ricky Gutierrez Becker
International Tax - Spain
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International Tax - Singapore