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Just Answer prohibits experts from making specific recommendations for people/companies. My best advice would be to speak with several Enrolled Agents in your area to get an idea of their expertise. You can located an Enrolled Agent in your area at the following link:
As to the points you mentioned in your question,
1. The S corporation will issue a K-1 to you for 2015, and the information on the K-1 will be included on your personal tax return for 2015.
2. You are correct that there is special treatment of options. The following link will provide you with information:
3. Depending on the amount, you may be required to report money you received from a foreign person/entity on Form 3520. You can review Form 3520 and its instructions at the following:
Generally, if you are a U.S. person who, during the current tax year, received either: a. More than $100,000 from a nonresident alien individual or a foreign estate (including foreign persons related to that nonresident alien individual or foreign estate) that you treated as gifts or bequests; or b. More than $15,601 from foreign corporations or foreign partnerships (including foreign persons related to such foreign corporations or foreign partnerships) that you treated as gifts.
If your filing status is married filing separate, here are some guidelines:
Please know that the married filing separate filing status is usually the LEAST advantageous.
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