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Our next International Tax Lunch is scheduled for January 8, 2016, at noon Pacific time. We are in our new offices, with bigger conference rooms, TVs on the wall, and all sorts of other stuff. Come in person and we’ll buy you lunch.... continue reading
Hey it’s Phil. Welcome to the Friday Edition, written today from the executive lounge of the Conrad Hotel in Bangkok.
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My wife is with me, and at the moment she is out there somewhere, looking at fabric and places to get some women’s clothing manufactured. Yesterday we had lunch at Kuppa with a friend who lives here, and his wife.... continue reading
Hi again and welcome to the Friday Edition. I’m Phil and I’m writing this from Seat 20A on AC787 from Toronto to Los Angeles.
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I received a forwarded email from a friend at the Wall Street Journal this week that raised an interesting practical question: how do you terminate an asset protection trust after the risks have passed?... continue reading
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The Friday edition (like all of our email newsletters) is switching to a bi-weekly schedule. The next edition will arrive on August 28, 2015.
Today, August 14, 2015, we are doing our monthly International Tax Lunch at noon Pacific time. You can dial in and listen for free.... continue reading
This is for those of you who are wrestling with accumulations distributions and how to transport numbers from Form 3520 to Form 1040. If you want a full write-up, look at my earlier blog post, Calculate tax on distributions from foreign trusts using the default method
I had two queries in two days from people about Line 37 — where does this number go? That means it is time for a blog post.
We are talking about Form 3520. Specifically, go look at Part III, Schedule A, Line 37. This is where you calculate income tax using the default method for trust distributions to U.S.... continue reading