Money and people are constantly moving across borders – and every shift creates new tax complications. We understand and solve the issues that occur when multiple governments want to tax the same people and businesses. We also buy, hold, lease and sell U.S. real estate for non-resident investors.
What: PFICs and Foreign Tax Credit
When: Friday, November 14, 2014 at 12:00PM (Pacific Time)
Where: HodgenLaw, 80 S. Lake Avenue, Suite 680, Pasadena, CA 91101
Who: Jurate Gulbinas
He is the one on the right. This is 1917 and he was one of the many New Zealanders headed to Gallipoli. The ANZACs sailed through the Suez Canal on their way to the war and had a bit of last-minute fun before seeing combat. My grandfather survived Gallipoli and was sent to the […]Uncategorized / Read More
Hello from The Coffee Fox in Savannah, Georgia. If you like Horchata (and I certainly do) then I suggest you order a Horchata Latte, then sit outside and watch the people pass by on Broughton Street. When this goes out to you on Tuesday I will be standing on a dock somewhere on Saint Simons Island, waiting for a boat to Little St. Simons Island.
The year is almost over. If you want to expatriate in 2014, you will need to move fast. I have been having many conversations with people who want to renounce citizenship or cancel their green cards—I probably met twenty or so in Dubai or Riyadh when I was there two weeks ago.