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Request a free introduction to an international tax specialist

International tax affairs can be complex and ensuring that you are compliant with the Common Reporting Standard as well as cross border tax matters is vital if you hold assets in multiple jurisdictions. Failure to comply with local and international tax rules can result in severe penalties and potentially criminal convictions.

Simply complete the short form below to request a free introduction with an accredited advisor from the Experts for Expats panel of international tax specialists will provide you with clear and concise tax advice tailored specifically to your situation.

Helping you stay compliant with international tax laws and the Common Reporting Standard.

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Request your free introduction to a specialist international tax consultant

Requesting an introduction to one of our trusted international tax specialists takes less than two minutes

We provide a personalised, high quality service that connects people to our panel of trusted experts, each qualified to provide tailored advice and guidance.

You'll receive help from our experts to ensure you are compliant with Common Reporting Standard rules and multi-jurisdictional cross border tax matters.

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International tax compliance

We will connect you to an international tax specialist who will be able to ensure you are compliant with all elements of the Common Reporting Standard and multi-jurisdictional cross border tax affairs.

Whatever your issues or concerns, our specialists will be able to help.

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Claim your free consultation

Our hand selected UK tax experts offer an initial free consultation lasting around 15 minutes to provide trustworthy answers to your general questions.

If you need further assistance, our experts are on hand to help.

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Tailored advice you can trust

All of the experts in our network are selected through a rigorous selection process and are hand selected based on the information you provide.

No automation, no robots, no algorithms.

Additional services following the consultation.

If you decide you need further assistance or paid service after your free consultation has been conducted, all potential charges and services will be clearly explained so that you can make the decision to proceed or not based on what works for you.

There is no sales push and you are under no obligation to follow up with paid services following the consultation if they are not required.

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