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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
Register for this (no cost) live seminar.
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The Limits of Asset Protection
In this seminar, we explain how and when the courts uphold or reject comprehensive planning.  The effectiveness of protective structures usually hinges on such factors are the timing of transfers, existing claims, the intentions of the client and applicable law.  Attendees will learn how best to implement planning under the circumstances presented.

Register for this (no cost) live seminar.
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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.
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Learn about foreign taxation and associated asset protection and the impact of cryptocurrencies.

Doral Arrowwood Resort
975 Anderson Hill Road
Rye Brook, NY 10573


For more information, please contact the NYSSCPA.
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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.

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


For more information, please contact the FICPA.
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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.

Embassy Suites Hotel Ft Myers
10450 Corkscrew Commons Drive
Estero, FL  33928


For more information, please contact the FICPA.
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Attending faculty and students will learn about cutting-edge legal issues on domestic asset protection trusts and foreign trust structures (and associated taxation).  Pros and cons of each option are compared and contrasted from both a protective and tax perspective.

University of Florida
Levin College of Law
Holland Hall, Room 285
309 Village Drive
Gainesville, FL  32611
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October 10th @ 12 Noon ET
Learn about the U.S. tax impact of creating, funding, and dividing a foreign trust by a non-resident alien. Issues discussed include the treatment of foreign and U.S. trust assets and the tax impact on initial (and later changes to) grantor, trustee, and beneficiary status. Planning strategies include the timing of foreign gifts and the avoidance of the U.S. estate and gift tax.
 
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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.

Sarasota Yacht Club
1100 John Ringling Blvd
Sarasota, FL  34236


For more information, please contact the FICPA Gulf Coast Chapter
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September 19th @ 12 Noon ET
Learn about the U.S. tax impact of creating, funding, and dividing a foreign trust by a U.S. citizen or resident. Issues discussed include the tax impact of a change in status of the grantor, trustee, or beneficiaries. Planning strategies presented include gift and estate tax avoidance as well as avoiding the deemed sale of trust assets.
 
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Orlando (Maitland), Florida  32751


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