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|Tax attorney||The Law Office of Anthony N Verni, LLC||1994 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Bar Association||Attorney||2013 - Present|
|American Association of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants||Attorney Member/ Certified Public Accountant||2013 - Present|
|Drexel University||Finance||MBA - Master of Business Administration||2003|
|Univ of Illinois||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1980|
|St John's University||Accounting||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1977|
|Global Tax Enforcement||Global Tax Enforcement||2015|
Posted by Charles
As a long-term ex-pat US citizen living in Europe, I was surprised several years ago by an polite invitation from the IRS, via email, to consider filing FBARs, along with updated income tax returns. Although (or because) I am a university academic with specialization in comparative labor law, I quickly realized this process was far, far more complicated than I could personally manage. Checking with old friends, now lawyers, in the US brought me to Anthony's website. Over a period of time, Anthony Verni collected the relevant data, calmed us down (maybe the calming came first), and assumed legal representation to IRS for me, my wife, and our daughter. The process took a few years, all delay time was on the side of IRS, not our legal representation.
2. Anthony charged a flat rate, with a modest, yet proper, additional fee due to a very entertaining, if complex, IRS agent.
3. He saw us through income tax compliance, FBAR compliance, and our being cleared by IRS without penalty. He further saw our daughter, who wound up in an unfortunate FBAR filing oversight penalty threat, gain clearance with a but a written warning and no financial penalty from IRS in an OVD "opt-out" step that was a proper and just conclusion to her circumstance.
4. It is difficult to live overseas and entrust your IRS treatment to a person never met, over a process impossible to personally stay on top of, despite advanced levels of education. Anthony saw us through for appropriate fees, stated at the outset, and observed to the end (I note again there was a modest additional amount he thought appropriate due to IRS agent hardship..., which I fully approved :-) ).
5. His performance was exemplary to task and I am both very grateful and pleased to recommend him.
Posted by Carlos
One of those people who were born by chance in the USA but never lived or worked there, in 2015 , I had no choice but to file returns with the IRS. For this purpose, fortunately, I found Mr Verni on the internet and entrusted him with the complex process involved in using the Streamlined Foreign Offshore Procedure of the IRS. Mr Verni re-constructed six years of tax returns, literally analizing hundreds of pages of stock market trades and other transactions in order to file the corresponding FBARs. His advice proved sound and the caliber of his work high. As a result, I am now compliant with the IRS. I will certainly be calling on him for future years of tax
Posted by Andrea
Anthony Verni helped us to file our delayed IRS tax returns and FBAR issues in a very professional way.
We are very thankful for his help and guidance thru this nightmare of rules and are highly recommending his service.
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