International Tax 2013
A special conference set for practitioners of all levels
Introduction to International Taxation Issues:
Advanced / Intermediate Issues:
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Friday, January 25, 2013
Citi Executive Conference Center
153 East 53rd Street, 14th floor
New York, NY 10022
January 24 is designed for those with a basic understanding of international tax issues and covers important basic topics including:
- Introduction to Form 1120-F
- Understanding the Foreign Tax Credit
- Expat and Inpat Taxation
January 25 is geared towards practitioners with greater experience in the international tax field and will focus on issues such as:
- US Taxation of Offshore Life Insurance
- What to Know when Doing Business Abroad
- Sourcing Rules and Determining Foreign Source Income
- Learn How the New FATCA Regs Impact Your Client
Who Should Attend? CPAs, attorneys, and corporate and financial executives who wish to gain a greater understanding of U.S. taxation and planning methods for both U.S. and non-U.S. individuals and corporations.
Why You Should Attend: Any practitioner practicing in the area of international taxation, either knowingly or unknowingly, needs to understand the basic compliance tools when reporting on his or her clients’ international operations. The two-day format allows the practitioner more flexibility in choosing a program to fit his or her needs. This conference will provide participants with a review of the various issues that affect today’s U.S. and global taxpayer and the tools to effectively manage these clients.
This conference is a FAE VP Eligible event. Learn more about FAE VP at www.nysscpa.org/faevp
FAE VP Special Value: Two-day Conference uses 8 CPE credits each day from your FAE Value Pass, but you earn 9 CPE credits. Attend both days and it’s like getting 2 CPE credits free!
Thanks to our conference sponsors: