Online Taxman, Global Expat Advisors
CEO, Managing Partner
New York City, NY
Vincenzo Villamena, CPA, is the founder and CEO of Online Taxman, a US expat tax accounting firm, and Global Expat Advisors, which offers global structuring and offshoring solutions for entrepreneurs and corporate clients. Prior to starting his own firms, Vincenzo served as partner at 4 Corners Inc., where he advised high net worth individuals in private equity investing and tax matters. Vincenzo also has “Big 4” audit and corporate accounting experience during his time with PricewaterhouseCoopers, involved in Fortune 100 audit engagements and M&A transactions, giving him the knowledge to perform analysis in valuation, corporate finance, and technical accounting issues. He has both a Masters of Accounting and Bachelors of Business Administration with distinction from the University of Michigan’s Stephen M Ross School of Business. Vincenzo loves to travel and is fluent in Spanish, Portuguese and Italian. Vincenzo currently lives in Medellin, Colombia, the location of our newest office.
We are a CPA firm specializing in the complex international taxation issues of U.S expatriates and companies abroad. We help our clients with more than just tax returns. Our expertise in international business structuring, financial advisory, pension classification and more makes us a leading choice for all your expat CPA needs. Specifically, Online Taxman can help you: - File your tax return - Report foreign bank accounts & assets - Catch up on back taxes - Set up the best business structure - File your business taxes - Create financial & tax plans From first consultation to filing the forms, our process is done securely online. That means that no matter where you live, Online Taxman and Global Expat Advisors can help you with your tax, offshore structuring, asset protection, and many other CPA needs.
- Financial Services
Area of Focus
- International Tax
- Business Structuring
- Offshore Companies
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