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How to Avoid Exit Tax When Returning Home: The Resident Foreign National and Worldwide U.S. Income Tax
Resident foreign nationals face potential taxation upon permanent exit from the U.S. In this seminar, we explore the income tax consequences of expatriation by permanent residents (and U.S. citizens), and their assets. We discuss the nuances of the deemed sale rules, examining their evolution and implications. Attendees will learn effective strategies for reducing tax and ensuring compliance.

Thursday, May 16th @ 12 Noon ET
Register for this LIVE (no cost) seminar.

Article Written for:  Florida Bar Journal

A foreign trust is generally treated as a non-resident/non-citizen (NRNC) for U.S. tax purposes. Foreign trusts are therefore subject to U.S. income tax only on U.S. source income.[1]

2024 Asset Protection Update
In this seminar, we provide an asset protection update for 2024. We discuss considerations for entity and trust formation, choosing jurisdictions, choice of governing law and international expatriation and pre-immigration planning. Attendees will learn techniques for effectively structuring assets through LLCs, trusts, titling, and applicable exemptions, along with a practical discussion on new cases and prudent asset protection practices and misconceptions. The discussion also includes a comprehensive tax overview of the practice.

Thursday, January 25th @ 12 Noon ET
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Global Tax Focus Podcast (Atlanta)
Gary and Brian head into the recording studio for the Global Tax Focus Podcast. They will be interviewed on: "Foreign Tax Matters". This podcast released in January 2024.

Tuesday, December 19th @ 2 PM ET
Visit the Global Tax Focus website for more information.
Foreign Asset Protection and Tax Planning
In this seminar, we discuss protective offshore structures and related tax strategies. Attendees will learn how best to establish and fund foreign trusts and business entities while maintaining U.S. tax efficiency. The advantages of offshore vs. domestic trust planning will also be discussed. Topics will include choosing jurisdictions, choice of governing law, expatriation, and pre-immigration planning.

Wednesday, November 29th @ 12 Noon ET
Visit the Estate Planning Council of Naples website for more information.
2023 Domestic and International Asset Protection Update
In this seminar, we present our 2023 overview of the foundational issues and recent changes to the statutes and cases forming domestic and international asset protection planning.  Discussion includes relevant structuring and tax avoidance strategies.  The tax impact of expatriation and immigration is also discussed.

Friday, August 4th @ 8:30 AM ET
Visit the FICPA website for more information.
Foreign and Domestic Trusts and LLCs: Structuring and Tax Avoidance Strategies
In this presentation, Gary and Brian provide an overview of the most effective asset protection trusts and LLCs, available both in the US and abroad.  Discussion will include the pros and cons of domestic vs. offshore planning and how to avoid US tax.

Thursday, October 21st @ 1:45 PM ET
Visit the FICPA website for more information.
2022 Asset Protection Update

FICPA Summer Vacation Cluster

Disney's Boardwalk Resort
Walt Disney World
Orlando, FL 32830

Thursday, August 4th @ 1:30 PM ET
For more information, please contact the FICPA Summer Vacation Cluster

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.

Foreign or Domestic: Which Asset Protection Trust Is Right For You?
In this seminar, we present 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 discussion will include how to best implement the unique advantages of both foreign and domestic law.

Thursday, July 14th @ 12 Noon ET
Register for this (no cost) live seminar.
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