About Us

International taxation. Admittedly, not the sexiest of topics for most people. But we at Esquire Group aren’t most people.

 

Not only is the team at Esquire Group dedicated to international taxation, with specialized knowledge drawn from years of experience, but we also know first-hand what running a successful global company entails. With offices in multiple countries, we recognize the actual challenges of conducting international business, from cross-border tax issues down to managing multiple languages, currencies, and time zones. And, since many of us live as expats or as members of multinational families ourselves, we understand the realities of those challenges as well.

 

In other words, we get it.

 

For almost 15 years, Esquire Group has been helping clients navigate the complicated world of international tax matters. Because we are a boutique firm, we provide our clients with the kind of highly personalized service you won’t get from sprawling corporations. You’ll get to deal directly with our experts and dedicated in-house employees—who have been carefully selected by founder and CEO Jimmy Sexton, LL.M.—instead of being relegated to seasonal contractors.

As an international tax advisory firm with a global presence, we specialize in strategic advice, compliance, and tax preparation for both individual and corporate clients, including:

  • Americans living abroad (expats)
  • U.S. Residents with foreign income or assets
  • Nonresidents with U.S. source income
  • High-net worth individuals
  • Family offices
  • SMEs engaged in international business
  • Foreign financial institutions

Business today is no longer constrained by borders, moving faster than ever before. By continuously embracing innovative technologies, we at Esquire Group can match the pace of your business, maximize productivity, and communicate securely.

Whether that means using our cutting-edge client portal or jumping on a plane to meet you in person—wherever in the world that may be—is entirely up to you.

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