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Attorney William F. Griffin Most complications can be mitigated by pre-investment tax planning, Griffin writes.

BOSTON—The Internal Revenue Code contains numerous traps for the unwary foreign investor in US real estate or businesses. The tax law provisions applicable to nonresident foreign investors are very often quite different—and more onerous—than the tax rules applicable to US citizens and foreign residents. This article identifies some of the most common areas where nonresident foreign investors may need specialized tax advice to avoid costly mistakes.

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