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Save the dateNovember 29, 201812 PM - 1:45 PM Add to Calendar
Venue Location
Venue Location

The American Chamber of Commerce in HK

1904 Bank of America Tower, 12 Harcourt Road
Central, Hong Kong

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Organizer
Organizer
Organizer:
Contact Person: Natalie Yu
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The financial issues faced by American expatriates differ from those of Americans living in the U.S. in many important aspects, especially in respect to taxation and estate planning issues.


U.S. expatriates remain subject to the basic tax rules while abroad but are also impacted by rules specific to their status as expatriates, in addition to being subject to foreign tax laws, which often means they are faced with an array of tax planning and compliance dilemmas.


Understanding the interaction of U.S. and the various foreign tax rules is critical in managing tax exposure and avoiding double taxation and U.S. expatriates should be aware of simple yet effective year-end planning to minimize their U.S. tax liabilities as 2018 draws to a close.


A significant impact of FATCA has led to many U.S. citizens and green card holders residing outside the U.S. not realizing until recently that they have historic tax return and/or information reporting requirements. Fortunately, there is an IRS program for people with inadvertent arrears to rectify matters allowing for significant penalties to be waived. There is no guarantee that this program will continue to exist in its current format beyond 2018 and consequently now is the time to get compliant with the IRS.


U.S. expatriates need to plan their estates carefully. A Will or, if applicable a trust, in the country in which you live (or own assets) should be considered, as well as guardianships. U.S. expatriates also need to determine what type of foreign taxes (inheritance or transfer tax) their heirs may incur upon their death on assets located outside of the U.S. Having a proper estate plan in place can often minimize or even eliminate estate taxes and probate costs.


Please join us on November 29th as Jessica Cutrera from The Capital Company, Ishali Patel from Buzzacott Expatriate Tax Services and Davis Lusk from Lusk Moore Group Limited share with us important information on year-end tax planning, IRS Streamlined Filing Compliance Procedures, and strategies in which American expatriates can use to address their unique estate planning needs.


First 15-20 minutes is for networking

Sandwiches and beverages included



Hosted by the Taxation Committee

Speakers
Speakers
  • Jessica Cutrera (Founding Partner at The Capital Company Hong Kong LTD)

    Jessica Cutrera

    Founding Partner at The Capital Company Hong Kong LTD

  • Ishali Patel (Associate Director of Buzzacott Expatriate Tax Services Ltd.)

    Ishali Patel

    Associate Director of Buzzacott Expatriate Tax Services Ltd.

  • Davis Lusk (Managing Director of Lusk Moore Group Limited)

    Davis Lusk

    Managing Director of Lusk Moore Group Limited

Tickets
Tickets

Member

Member Price HKD 390

Non-member

HKD 550
Cancellation Policy
Cancellation Policy
•    All cancellations must be notified in writing at least two working days prior to the event, or six working days prior to the conference. No-shows will be charged
•    When Typhoon 8 (or above) or Black Rainstorm Signal is hoisted, all events will be cancelled