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    Mike to Join Financial Smarts Network as Co-host & Legal Analyst
    • February 28, 2017

    Mike is honored to join nationally recognized tax expert and entrepreneur, Andrew Poulos, EA as a co-host and legal expert on his newly launched, "Financial Smarts Network." Click here to read the press release.  

    Tax Attorney, Michael DeBlis, III, Esq, LLM Explains New IRS Overhaul Of OVDP And Why Voluntary Disclosure Of Offshore Accounts May Save You Thousands In Penalties
    • June 30, 2014

    Michael DeBlis III, Esq, LLM, Partner at DeBlis Law is a recognized expert in OVDP, an area of tax law dealing with taxpayers who may not have properly disclosed offshore accounts to the US government. In recent years, countries formally known for not disclosing foreign holdings (such as Switzerland) have begun to work with the US government and have started notifying account holders that the names of account holders will be released. In 2009, the US Government created the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) in order to provide a non-criminalized way for taxpayers in violation of the requirements to disclose offshore accounts and entities a way to resolve the issue.

    Tax Attorney, Michael DeBlis, III, Esq, LLM Explains New IRS Overhaul Of OVDP And Why Voluntary Disclosure Of Offshore Accounts May Save You Thousands In Penalties
    • June 30, 2014

    Michael DeBlis III, Esq, LLM, Partner at DeBlis Law is a recognized expert in OVDP, an area of tax law dealing with taxpayers who may not have properly disclosed offshore accounts to the US government. In recent years, countries formally known for not disclosing foreign holdings (such as Switzerland) have begun to work with the US government and have started notifying account holders that the names of account holders will be released. In 2009, the US Government created the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) in order to provide a non-criminalized way for taxpayers in violation of the requirements to disclose offshore accounts and entities a way to resolve the issue.

    Tax Attorney, Michael DeBlis, III, Esq, LLM Explains New IRS Overhaul Of OVDP And Why Voluntary Disclosure Of Offshore Accounts May Save You Thousands In Penalties
    • June 30, 2014

    Michael DeBlis III, Esq, LLM, Partner at DeBlis Law is a recognized expert in OVDP, an area of tax law dealing with taxpayers who may not have properly disclosed offshore accounts to the US government. In recent years, countries formally known for not disclosing foreign holdings (such as Switzerland) have begun to work with the US government and have started notifying account holders that the names of account holders will be released. In 2009, the US Government created the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) in order to provide a non-criminalized way for taxpayers in violation of the requirements to disclose offshore accounts and entities a way to resolve the issue.

    Tax Attorney, Michael DeBlis, III, Esq, LLM Explains New IRS Overhaul Of OVDP And Why Voluntary Disclosure Of Offshore Accounts May Save You Thousands In Penalties
    • June 30, 2014

    Michael DeBlis III, Esq, LLM, Partner at DeBlis Law is a recognized expert in OVDP, an area of tax law dealing with taxpayers who may not have properly disclosed offshore accounts to the US government. In recent years, countries formally known for not disclosing foreign holdings (such as Switzerland) have begun to work with the US government and have started notifying account holders that the names of account holders will be released. In 2009, the US Government created the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) in order to provide a non-criminalized way for taxpayers in violation of the requirements to disclose offshore accounts and entities a way to resolve the issue.

    Tax Attorney, Michael DeBlis, III, Esq, LLM Explains New IRS Overhaul Of OVDP And Why Voluntary Disclosure Of Offshore Accounts May Save You Thousands In Penalties
    • June 30, 2014

    Michael DeBlis III, Esq, LLM, Partner at DeBlis Law is a recognized expert in OVDP, an area of tax law dealing with taxpayers who may not have properly disclosed offshore accounts to the US government. In recent years, countries formally known for not disclosing foreign holdings (such as Switzerland) have begun to work with the US government and have started notifying account holders that the names of account holders will be released. In 2009, the US Government created the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) in order to provide a non-criminalized way for taxpayers in violation of the requirements to disclose offshore accounts and entities a way to resolve the issue.

    Tax Attorney, Michael DeBlis, III, Esq, LLM Explains New IRS Overhaul Of OVDP And Why Voluntary Disclosure Of Offshore Accounts May Save You Thousands In Penalties
    • June 30, 2014

    Michael DeBlis III, Esq, LLM, Partner at DeBlis Law is a recognized expert in OVDP, an area of tax law dealing with taxpayers who may not have properly disclosed offshore accounts to the US government. In recent years, countries formally known for not disclosing foreign holdings (such as Switzerland) have begun to work with the US government and have started notifying account holders that the names of account holders will be released. In 2009, the US Government created the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) in order to provide a non-criminalized way for taxpayers in violation of the requirements to disclose offshore accounts and entities a way to resolve the issue.

    Asbury Park Man Found Not Guilty In Retrial for Sexual Assault, Kidnapping
    • June 26, 2014

    An Asbury Park man who had previously been convicted of sexually assaulting five women was found not guilty in a retrial of a case involving one of the alleged victims. An appellate court previously overturned 50-year-old Michael Askins’ conviction where he was sentenced to 125 years in prison and ordered that at least one of the cases be tried individually. The first of those cases came to a conclusion on Friday.

    Tax Attorney, Michael DeBlis, III, Esq, LLM Explains New IRS Overhaul Of OVDP And Why Voluntary Disclosure Of Offshore Accounts May Save You Thousands In Penalties
    • June 26, 2014

    DeBlis explains, “Taxpayers with undisclosed foreign accounts or entities should make a voluntary disclosure because it enables them to become compliant, avoid substantial civil penalties, and eliminate the risk of criminal prosecution. Making a voluntary disclosure also provides the opportunity to calculate, with a reasonable degree of certainty, the total cost of resolving all offshore tax issues.” According to DeBlis, consumers who receive a letter from their bank notifying them that their name will be released to the IRS as an offshore account holder need to act immediately and seek counsel. It could save you thousands of dollars in penalties. The OVDP program has requirements that must be met in order to take advantage of it and potentially avoid costly fines, but once the IRS is aware of the accounts or an investigation has been opened, it is too late.

    Tax Attorney, Michael DeBlis, III, Esq, LLM Explains New IRS Overhaul Of OVDP And Why Voluntary Disclosure Of Offshore Accounts May Save You Thousands In Penalties
    • June 26, 2014

    DeBlis explains, “Taxpayers with undisclosed foreign accounts or entities should make a voluntary disclosure because it enables them to become compliant, avoid substantial civil penalties, and eliminate the risk of criminal prosecution. Making a voluntary disclosure also provides the opportunity to calculate, with a reasonable degree of certainty, the total cost of resolving all offshore tax issues.” According to DeBlis, consumers who receive a letter from their bank notifying them that their name will be released to the IRS as an offshore account holder need to act immediately and seek counsel. It could save you thousands of dollars in penalties. The OVDP program has requirements that must be met in order to take advantage of it and potentially avoid costly fines, but once the IRS is aware of the accounts or an investigation has been opened, it is too late.

    Tax Attorney, Michael DeBlis, III, Esq, LLM Explains New IRS Overhaul Of OVDP And Why Voluntary Disclosure Of Offshore Accounts May Save You Thousands In Penalties
    • June 26, 2014

    DeBlis explains, “Taxpayers with undisclosed foreign accounts or entities should make a voluntary disclosure because it enables them to become compliant, avoid substantial civil penalties, and eliminate the risk of criminal prosecution. Making a voluntary disclosure also provides the opportunity to calculate, with a reasonable degree of certainty, the total cost of resolving all offshore tax issues.” According to DeBlis, consumers who receive a letter from their bank notifying them that their name will be released to the IRS as an offshore account holder need to act immediately and seek counsel. It could save you thousands of dollars in penalties. The OVDP program has requirements that must be met in order to take advantage of it and potentially avoid costly fines, but once the IRS is aware of the accounts or an investigation has been opened, it is too late.