Frank Hirth to Host Joint Seminar in Dubai

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Date: Mon, April 24, 2017

US TAXPAYERS - WHY THEY CAN HIDE NO LONGER AND WHAT THEY CAN DO NOW

15 May 2017 
08:00-10:00

Private Client Breakfast Seminar 
Presented by Frank Hirth and Caplin & Drysdale

The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and continuing aggressive action from the US Internal Revenue Service and Department of Justice highlights the uniquely global nature of the US tax system and the information sharing which goes with it. Recently ratified inter-governmental agreements look to give real teeth to the reporting and make it difficult for a ‘US Person’ to avoid their obligations. Despite increased international enforcement there remains much confusion regarding the tax burden placed upon US persons, the steps available to address their past non-compliance, and the planning opportunities available to them.

The Private Client teams at Frank Hirth and Caplin & Drysdale are running a breakfast seminar to discuss the tax implications which advisors should consider for their US clients.

Frank Hirth: Leading US tax accountants and specialists in Streamlined (and other) Offshore Filings.

Caplin & Drysdale: Legal specialists in complex US tax controversy issues; including IRS disclosure options, sensitive civil audits and potential criminal cases.

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This event is free to attend but has limited spaces available. Those spaces will be offered on a first come, first served basis. Click here to book your complimentary space.


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