In cooperation with the International Section of the New York State Bar Association, AmCham Sweden is pleased to invite our members to the following seminar.
The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act ("FATCA") came into effect in July 2014 requiring foreign financial institutions to report U.S. account holders’ year-end balances, income and capital gains directly to the IRS or via their domestic tax authority. Failing to comply with U.S. tax obligations may have serious consequences such as double taxation, penalties and criminal prosecution. In 2017 there are still programs available enabling Americans abroad to voluntarily comply with their U.S. tax filing and reporting obligations, minimizing their risks of having to pay tax and penalties.
PRESENTATION (MAJATTORNEY and US Tax & Financial Services)
- U.S. Taxation: Who is affected? Individuals? Businesses? What are the risks and how do you minimize them?
- FATCA: Who is affected? What are the risks and how do you minimize them?
PANEL DISCUSSION (Moderated by Peter Dahlen, Managing Director, AmCham Sweden)
Listen to a panel discussion, with representatives from the U.S. Embassy, financial industry and corporate leaders exposed to the challenges of U.S. citizenship/ownership, share their real life experiences of U.S. tax filing and reporting requirements and the implementation and compliance of FATCA.
MAJATTORNEY has over 15 years of qualified legal experience specialized in U.S. and Swedish international taxation.
US Tax Financial Services has over 30 years of experience providing U.S. tax advice and compliance services to Americans abroad.
This event is by invitation only. If you would like us to extend the invitation to someone else, please email Joni Trulock at email@example.com.