About Author

With over 20 years of overall professional career, Baljeet Singh is extensively experienced in US corporate, partnership and individual tax planning, tax compliance including multistate tax returns filings with foreign accounts and assets reporting, and representation before IRS and other government agencies. Mr. Singh also carries extensive experience in financial statements audit, review, and compilation.

Mr. Singh is based out of Edison, New Jersey office of Chugh CPA’s LLP, a global tax and accounting firm. The firm has five offices in the United States and six affiliates office in India. The following are the practice areas Mr. Singh is engaged with:

Consultation on Choice of Business Entity and Business Formation
Business & Individual Tax Planning & Tax Filing including Complex Multistate Filings
Audit Representation before IRS and other Government Agencies
Foreign Income Reporting including IRS streamline Filing Procedures
CFO Services
Audit, Review and Compilation including 401K Audits
Consulting Services including Business Plans, Business Valuation, and 409A Valuations

Mr. Singh is a graduate with major in Accounting from University of Delhi, India and Chartered Accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. He is a Certified Public Accountant from the State of California and New Jersey.

Mr. Singh is a member of the Board of Directors of the Sikh American Chamber of Commerce, a global non-profit organization, and active with TiE (The Indus Entrepreneur), New Jersey and New York, a largest entrepreneurs’ organization in the world.


Thank You for visiting this blog!

The tax blog has been moved to new domain  http://baljeetsinghcpa.com/ effective 2018.  The writing style, and blogs by the author are being presented in a complete different way from what was being presented on this blog. All prior written blogs, except two, have been removed from this website to maintain consistency in authors blog from 2018 onwards. The two blogs “Tax Tips for H1B Visa Holder” and “Ways for U.S. Taxpayers with Undisclosed Foreign Financial Assets to get back to Tax Compliance” have been kept on this site due to overwhelming response from readers, and their utility for the category of taxpayers till these two topics are covered on the new active blog by the author.


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