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Florida Supreme Court allows Courts to Compel Repatriation of Foreign Assets
In this seminar, we discuss the Florida Supreme Court ruling to reverse Sargeant v. Al–Saleh. Florida courts may now threaten debtors with jail time, to force the return assets abroad. Join us as we review the case and discuss the ramifications.

Wednesday, June 29th @ 12 Noon ET
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Article Written for:  TaxStringer, the NYSSCPA's (New York Society of Certified Public Accountants)

This month, we introduce our series on international tax law.  We start with an introduction to the international aspects of the U.S. estate tax and the gift tax.

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Restructuring Real Estate Investment for the NRNC
In this seminar, we discuss the tax traps and solutions associated with U.S. real estate investment by NRNCs.  Topics include foreign trusts, inversions, and strategic gifting.

Wednesday, May 25th @ 12 Noon ET
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Expatriation: Should I Stay Or Should I Go?
In this seminar, we discuss the U.S. tax impact of expatriation. Discussion covers the expatriation of U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and U.S. assets. The deemed sale imposed on expatriating individuals is explained and avoidance strategies discussed. Attendees will also learn how to avoid tax regarding the transfer of assets abroad.

Wednesday, April 13th @ 12 Noon ET
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Cryptocurrencies: How they work, are taxed, and used in industry
In this seminar, we present an overview of how cryptocurrencies and blockchains work and are taxed. General analysis of cryptocurrency income tax planning and compliance is also discussed.

Friday, March 25th @ 9 AM ET
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LLC Asset Protection: Drafting and Litigation Safeguards
In this seminar, we provide a detailed review of LLC protections.  Learn how to insulate assets and confront creditor attacks with careful drafting and precise application of the rules.

Thursday, March 24th @ 10 AM ET
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International Asset Protection and Tax Planning
In this seminar, we discuss the most effective offshore asset protection strategies. Attendees will learn how best to establish and fund foreign business entities and trusts, with U.S. tax efficiency.

Thursday, March 10th @ 12 Noon ET
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Article Written for:  Florida CPA Today, a publication by the Florida Institute of CPAs

In addition to the Exit Tax, the Heart Act added a new federal transfer tax, which imposes an "Inheritance" tax on certain gifts or bequests (testamentary dispositions) made by a "covered expatriate" to U.S. recipients. This is the second article in our two-part series on the expatriation tax.

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Article Written for:  Florida CPA Today, a publication by the Florida Institute of CPAs

Abandonment of United States citizenship or long-term residency (by non-citizens) may trigger the United States “expatriation tax”. The expatriation tax consists of the “Exit Tax” and the “Inheritance Tax.” In this first of our two-part series, we explain the Exit Tax.

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