This program focuses on the critical issues of Eurocentric tax planning in the age of Brexit, B.E.P.S., and emboldened tax authorities. Seasoned tax professionals, including in-house counsel and global tax advisors, reflect on how these new realities impact tax planning between the U.K. and U.S.
On November 2, 2015, Galia Antebi presented “An Update of F.A.T.C.A.” at the 2015 Advanced Tax Institute, sponsored by the Maryland State Bar Association and the Maryland Association of C.P.A.’s, in Baltimore, Maryland.
The discussion covered an overview of F.A.T.C.A. legislation, the current status of exchanges of financial information between I.G.A. partner countries, and other hot topics, including new account opening procedures in countries that have signed a Model 1 I.G.A.
Stanley C. Ruchelman and Beate Erwin attended the 2015 ITSG European Conference in Madrid, Spain.
Mr. Ruchelman and Ms. Erwin participated on the panel “Problems of U.S. Person Living in Europe,” which addressed banks that close accounts of U.S. persons, coming into compliance with tax return and F.B.A.R. reports, and planning for expatriation.
In conjuction with the conference, Mr. Ruchelman also spoke on the “Common Reporting Standard in the E.U.”