Working in Germany and Need Your U.S. Federal and State Tax Returns Prepared?

Whether you are a military contractor, a government employee (GS), or working for a German company, we will prepare your expat tax return while explaining the process and the terms you will need to become familiar with when reporting your U.S. federal and state tax returns while working abroad.

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All work is done remotely from the convenience of your home. All you need to do is provide your information and upload your tax documents through the secure file share portal, and Nicholas Hartney, EA, CAA, will be in contact.

The fees are $425 for a Federal and a State tax return. This includes up to two employers (W-2s), 2 Forms 2555 (foreign earned income exclusion), 2 Forms 1116 (foreign tax credit), one rental, one self-employment business, and one brokerage account.

Foreign bank account reporting on an FBAR is $70 +$10 per additional account.

Select the appropriate tax organizer for the type of work you need:

  • Tax Return Preparation

  • FBAR Preparation

  • Representation for Audit or Back Tax Problems

  • ITIN Application & Certification of Passport

We will review your information & documentation and contact you with any questions.

For tax returns and ITINs, we will prepare the returns and upload them for your review and request your approval before submitting any documents to the Internal Revenue Service or Department of Revenue.

Tax Returns for the previous two years can be e-filed. Older years and ITIN applications must be paper-mailed.

For audit and tax representation, you must sign IRS Form 2848, Power of Attorney, and Declaration of Representative, which will be uploaded to the file share account to sign and date. This form can be e-signed; however, e-signed forms need to be submitted electronically to the IRS, which can cause processing delays. Therefore, we request that you print the form, sign it, and upload it to the portal, as the IRS will accept faxed copies of physically signed forms without the processing wait.

How It Works