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Ours is a diversified Full service financial and business services firm concentrating on providing services to domestic and international organizations.
Our Team of highly skilled and diversified range of finance and business professionals provide service in tax service and planning , audit and assurance, compliance, corporate service, accounting, outsourcing, business consulting, financial and retirement planning, immigration consulting and litigation support service to a diverse range of businesses and individuals.  
Our US entity, Bhatia & Co, Inc located in the heart of Silicon Valley, is a Professional Accounting Corporation and is providing service to diverse range of business entities across the US incorporated in California since 2000.  
Our Parent Indian organization, Neeraj Bhatia & Co. is a professional accounting firm established in 1983 in India to render the service as Chartered Accountants (equivalent of Certified Public Accountants in the US). The list of our clients in India and US include some of the top banks, national level organization, several public and private sector corporations and Multi-nation international organizations.  

Bhatia & Co, Inc in US has been set up to carry out professional services in concert with our affiliate organization over-seas.

We have just opened our office in Pleasanton, CA. and New York, N.Y. to serve our growing clientele there.

Our sister company offers a full range of immigration services. Visit us here.

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**Important News Update** (More details here)

Deadline for FBAR filing for 2012 is June 30, 2013

Unless you have already filed the same, this is to remind you that due date for filing of the FOREIGN BANK & FINANCIAL ACCOUNT REPORTING (FBAR) Form 90-22.1 is June 30, 2013. FBAR Form may be required to be filed if you have a financial interest in or signature authority over a foreign financial account, including a bank account, brokerage account, mutual fund, trust, or other type of foreign financial account.

2012 Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program

New Overseas Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP 2012)

For those who missed out on OVDI (Overseas Voluntary Disclosure Initiative) 2011, here is another opportunity.

The IRS has reopened the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP). The program is similar to the 2011 program in many ways, but with a few key differences. Unlike last year, there is no set deadline for people to apply - at least as of now. This program allows another opportunity to those tax payers who have not been regularly filing FBAR (Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts) and other overseas financial disclosures. The overall penalty structure for the new program is the same for 2011, except for taxpayers in the highest penalty category. More

Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program -- OVDP 2012 Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

New Reporting Requirements by U.S. Taxpayers Holding Foreign Financial Assets (Form 8938)

In addition to the FBAR filing, Taxpayers with specified foreign financial assets that exceed certain thresholds must report those assets to the IRS on Form 8938, Statement of Specified Foreign Financial Assets. The new Form 8938 filing requirement does not replace or otherwise affect a taxpayers requirement to file FBAR. This Form is part of the Tax return and accordingly must be filed by the due date of Individual tax return in Form 1040.

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