Hello again from Phil, and welcome to the Friday Edition. Every other Friday you get an international tax topic – sometimes a deep dive, sometimes a breezy overview. You can stop getting these emails by clicking on the Unsubscribe link at the bottom of the email.
This week I am going to do something different. I will tackle a difficult international tax topic with a self-imposed constraint: no tax jargon will be used, except to tell you the topic. (“Transfer Pricing”.)
If Shakespeare had iambic pentameter to use as a framework, well, I can live with plain English words, ideally with three or fewer syllables.... continue reading
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This week I will take a look at the following anonymous question I received:
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I have shares in a foreign family holding company which buys shares in various foreign businesses. I am not sure if it is a PFIC.
Hi, it’s Phil Hodgen. Merry Christmas. (And no, I am not writing this on Christmas Day.)
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January 8, 2016 — our regular monthly International Tax Lunch series returns after the Christmas break. Noon, Pacific time. In person or dial in.
I will be doing one hour on the foreign earned income exclusion and how to prepare Form 2555.... continue reading
Hey everyone, it is the “every once in a while” fatigue-driven Jell-O Shot from Phil again. If I have half a brain cell and I’m sitting at an airport, you’ll get one of these.
This time I’m sitting in the KAL lounge at LAX. Flight time is 1:00 a.m. Tuesday morning: Los Angeles to Bangkok via Shanghai. Ouch. “1:00 am” and “Tuesday morning” somehow sound wrong when you put them side by side.
My wife is coming with me this time. She is on the hunt for inventory for her clothing company. Trips like this can get lonely and it’s great to have her along to share the jet lag with!... continue reading