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Henry Stow Lovejoy, JD
The Internal Revenue Code (IRC) requires the filing of a number of different information returns with respect to foreign entities or transactions. These “international information returns” include Form 5471 (for U.S. persons who own shares in certain foreign corporations), Form 5472 (for U.S. corporations that are 25% owned by foreign persons), Form 8865 (for U.S. persons who are partners in certain foreign partnerships), Form 3520 (for transactions with foreign trusts and for the receipt of certain foreign gifts) and Form 8938 (for foreign assets generally). For each, there is a significant penalty for failing to timely and correctly file the form. The penalty does not apply, however, if the failure was due to reasonable cause (sometimes with the additional condition that the failure was not due to willful disregard). But what is “reasonable cause?”
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