If You Trade Around The World, You Need To Know IRS Rules (Recording)

19 Oct

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Oct 19, 2016 at 1:00 pm EST


Recording

U.S. traders move abroad; others make international investments and non-resident aliens invest in the U.S. How are their taxes handled?

Join GNMTraderTax international tax experts Robert A. Green CPA, tax attorneys Mark Feldman and Roger Lorence, and Deborah King CPA as we discuss:

  • U.S. resident traders living abroad.
  • U.S. resident traders with international brokerage accounts.
  • Report of foreign bank and financial accounts.
  • IRS Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program.
  • Foreign retirement plan elections and reporting.
  • Foreign assets reported on Form 8938.
  • U.S. traders move to Puerto Rico to escape capital gains taxes.
  • Renouncing U.S. citizenship or surrendering a green card.
  • Non-resident aliens are opening U.S. brokerage accounts.
  • Foreign partners in a U.S. trading partnership can be tax-free.
  • International tax forms.

Read our recent blog post: If You Trade Around The World, You Need To Know IRS Rules.

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