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Protective Structuring and Tax Planning:  Recent Court Decisions
In this seminar, we discuss how courts in different jurisdictions have recently interpreted both corporate and personal protective structuring.  Applicable domestic and international tax issues will also be discussed.

Wednesday, January 25th @ 12 Noon ET
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The Inflation Reduction Act and its impact on Corporate and Personal Planning
In this seminar, we present an overview of the new Act and its effect on domestic and international protective structuring. Discussion will include relevant tax avoidance opportunities and the most effective asset protection options. Pre-immigration and expatriation planning are also discussed.

December 16th @ 3:10 PM ET
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Modern Protective and Tax Planning Including overview of the Inflation Reduction Act
In this seminar, we present an overview of the new Act and its impact on domestic and international protective planning.  Discussion includes relevant tax avoidance strategies and related asset protection structuring.  The tax impact of expatriation and immigration is also discussed.

Wednesday, September 28th @ 12 Noon ET
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Article Written for:  Florida Bar Journal

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.

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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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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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Wednesday, 01 December 2021 14:42

Modern Asset Protection – An Introduction

Article Written for:  TaxStringer, the NYSSCPA's publication for tax topics

Asset protection is a body of law that has developed as an amalgamation of business structures, trusts, titling and creditor exemptions. Asset protection planning insulates assets otherwise exposed to future unknown creditors. Prudent structuring uses widely accepted legal strategies to make clients unattractive to claimants.

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Tax Expatriation of People and Assets
This seminar covers the U.S. tax impact of expatriation. Discussions will cover both the expatriation of (i) U.S. citizens and permanent residents and (ii) U.S. assets. The deemed sale imposed on expatriating individuals will be explained and avoidance strategies discussed. Attendees will also learn how to avoid tax regarding the transfer of assets abroad.

Wednesday, September 22nd @ 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.

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