Eva Farkas-DiNardo

Partner | New York

Eva is a partner in the private client and tax team.

She focuses on personal and business tax planning for high net worth individuals and their closely-held companies, and advises clients on a wide range of US and international tax issues, including matters such as pre-immigration planning and expatriations, planning with trusts, real estate transactions, withholding tax, information reporting, tax return filing obligations, and related areas. She is also heavily involved in advising clients on the IRS Voluntary Disclosure and streamlined filing programs and also has experience with audits and examinations of individuals.

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Assisted a wealthy international family with philantropic planning and helped establish a charitable foundation to centralize their charitable giving efforts worldwide. We helped select a jurisdiction and local service providers to find the best tailored solution for the family.

Advised several international clients with accidental US citizenship on their expatriation process from the US to ensure tax efficiency while maintaining compliance with all US rules and requirements.

Assisted a wealthy international family on their pre-immigration planning as part of their move to the US and continue to provide advice on a multitude of issues, ranging from trust planning to US tax compliance.

State of New York, 2003

‘Expatriation and Compliance: What You Need to Know Now’, Tax Notes International - May 21, 2018

‘Treasury’s Investigation of U.S. Clients of Swiss Banks’, Corporate Business Taxation Monthly - February 2009, co-author

‘New Internal Revenue Manual Section on Auditing U.S. Withholding Agents’, Practical U.S./Int’l Tax Strategies - October 2008, co-author

American Bar Association

US-Austrian Chamber of Commerce

‘The OECD on CRS Anti-Avoidance,’ Advising Latin American Families in a Transparent World - June 21, 2018, speaker

Me in a minute

I wanted to be either an architect or an author

Growing up, I wanted to be either an architect or an author, but being a somewhat cautious person by nature, I ended up practicing law. I now spend most of my time advising high net worth individuals on pre-immigration planning, the US tax aspects of real estate investment and structures, estate planning, US tax compliance, and expatriations from the US. As part of the process, I have the opportunity to plan structures and often reduce the advice to writing - not that far from where I originally wanted to be.

I also practice my language skills and endeavor to learn new languages so that I can converse with my international clients in their own language as much as possible.

Education


Languages


  • English
  • Hungarian

Dates


Joined

2010

New York

430 Park Avenue,

10th Floor,

NY 10022-3505

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