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Foreign Asset Protection Trusts
In this seminar, we present an overview of foreign asset protection trusts, examination of different jurisdictional options, and federal taxation for U.S. resident and non-resident grantors, trustees, and beneficiaries, and related compliance issues.

Tuesday, November 10th @ 12 Noon ET
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Article Written for:  Florida Bar Journal

Abandonment of U.S. citizenship or long-term residency (by non-citizens) may trigger U.S. income tax. The “expatriation tax” consists of two components: the “exit tax” and the “inheritance tax.” Both may be triggered upon abandonment of citizenship or (for non-citizens) abandonment of a green card by a long-term resident. In this first of our two-part series, we explain some of the principal terms of the exit tax.

Foreign Trust Tax Compliance
In this seminar, we present an overview of federal compliance rules regarding the administration of foreign trusts, foreign accounts owned by both domestic and foreign trusts, and required filings under the Internal Revenue Code, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), and Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). This seminar also provides an overview of the applicable forms required to remain compliant under federal law.

Tuesday, September 8th @ 12 Noon ET
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Foreign vs. Domestic Asset Protection Trusts
This seminar presents an overview of asset protection trusts, including their protective characteristics and taxation under U.S. law. Attendees will learn the pros and cons of domestic vs. offshore trust planning, the original form of asset protection. Discussions include how to effectively plan using both foreign and domestic trusts for different protective and tax strategies.

Thursday, July 16th @ 12 Noon ET
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Expatriation and the Permanent Estate Tax Taint of Section 2801
In this seminar, we present an overview of expatriation by U.S. citizens and U.S. residents under section 877A of the Internal Revenue Code.  We also examine the potentially permanent estate and gift tax taint of expatriation under section 2801.

Thursday, June 25th @ 12 Noon ET
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U.S. Taxation of Trusts - Domestic and International
In this seminar, we explain the U.S. tax impact of creating, funding and operating both U.S. and foreign trusts. Issues addressed are relevant to citizens, resident non-citizens and non-resident aliens. Topics discussed include the tax impact of a change in status of the grantor, trustee and beneficiaries. Planning strategies presented include gift and estate tax avoidance, pre-immigration and pre-expatriation planning, as well as avoidance of the deemed sale of trust assets.

Tuesday, June 9th @ 12 Noon ET
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Expatriation Planning for U.S. Citizens and Residents
This seminar presents an overview of the U.S. tax impact of expatriation. Discussions include the “exit tax” triggering the deemed sale of assets world-wide, as well as, the emigrant’s estate and gift tax obligations.  Participants will learn how both U.S. citizens and non-citizen residents may avoid triggering the expatriation tax.

Tuesday, May 19th @ 12 Noon ET
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Learn about the tax impact of creating, funding and operating both national and foreign trusts. Issues addressed are relevant to citizens, resident non-citizens and non-resident aliens. Topics discussed include gift and estate tax avoidance, pre-immigration and pre-expatriation planning, as well as avoidance of the deemed sale of trust assets.

Marriott Jacksonville
4670 Salisbury Rd
Jacksonville, FL 32256

For more information, please contact the FICPA Jacksonville Chapter.
Learn about the tax impact of creating, funding and operating both national and foreign trusts. Issues addressed are relevant to citizens, resident non-citizens and non-resident aliens. Topics discussed include gift and estate tax avoidance, pre-immigration and pre-expatriation planning, as well as avoidance of the deemed sale of trust assets.

Hilton University of Florida
1714 SW 34th St
Gainesville, FL  32607


For more information, please contact the FICPA.
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