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Foreign Trust Tax Compliance and Diversification from the U.S. Dollar
This seminar provides 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). Attendees will learn about the advantages provided by a Swiss-based RIA and international diversification from the U.S. dollar. Focused investment strategies and current trends in international wealth planning are also provided.

Thursday, January 28th @ 12 Noon ET
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How Asset Protection Plans Fail
This seminar focuses on the practical aspects of the law of asset protection. Through real world examples, attendees learn why relying exclusively on “Asset Protection” may be a mistake. Attendees further discover why the most effective personal asset preservation tools are implemented as part of a comprehensive personal plan that demonstrates intent beyond creditor protection. Finally, the seminar provides simple, yet key insights into the practical considerations that can influence the effectiveness of protective planning.

You May Transfer Assets Freely (But Not Really)
In this seminar, attendees learn why debtors may move assets freely prior to a judgment being entered. Certain late transfers may be unwound and even get debtors (and their advisors) into trouble. Attendees will learn how best to avoid fraudulent transfers and to implement effective planning.

Tuesday, January 19th @ 9 AM ET
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The Death Tax and Democrat Control
The shift in government control coupled with the global pandemic present estate planning opportunities, due to lower asset valuations and interest rates. Federal transfer taxes may be avoided by moving assets at a reduced gift tax. The imminent risk of increases in U.S. transfer taxes calls for urgency in such planning.

Thursday, January 14th @ 12 Noon ET
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5 Things New Physicians Need to Understand about Law and Finance

Thursday, December 17th @ 12 Noon ET
No registration necessary for this (no cost) event.  Simply enter the Zoom Meeting slightly before the start time.
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LLC Structuring
Learn about initial considerations for entity formation, choosing jurisdictions, and choice of governing law.  Offshore asset protection options are also discussed.

Friday, December 4th @ 12 Noon ET
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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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Hottest Tools and Techniques for the Protection of Assets

Learn about the latest in domestic and foreign asset protection trusts and LLCs offered world-wide.  Attendees also learn techniques for strategic structuring by choosing the most  protective entities.  The discussion includes the  considerations for entity formation, choosing jurisdictions, choice of governing law and common misconceptions.

Friday, October 30th @ 10:45 AM 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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Telehealth Update - October 2020
Telehealth expansion increased significantly during the COVID-19 lockdowns.  The next big question is whether these changes will remain for the long-term.  In this seminar, we provide an update on the law, regulation, and payment of Telehealth.  Learn the latest in Telehealth and Telemedicine services.

Thursday, October 22nd @ 12 Noon ET
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Foreign Taxation with Associated Asset Protection and the Impact of Cryptocurrencies
Learn how cryptocurrencies maybe utilized (and taxed) as part of international planning. Attendees will also learn how planning options differ according to status from the resident and NRA perspectives. Regulations governing cryptocurrencies (tax purposes, potential risks, and compliance) are also discussed.

Friday, October 2nd @ 4:30 PM ET
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