By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Expats often face confusing scenarios with tax reporting obligations in more than one country. Some are reluctant to seek tax advice because they intend to stay in Brazil for just a few months and over time (as many of our readers know!), this becomes a few years, resulting in tax obligations and potential penalties for not having taken action earlier.
The cost of tax advice in more than one country is often perceived as too expensive, Amit Ramnani of Ipanema Wealth explains, “Many expats believe that tax planning is more suited . . .