“Changes in the US Tax Laws: How they impact US Citizens in the UK” @ACAVoice Event

The following event organized by ACA may be of interest to a “world-wide” audience. It is modestly priced and available by webinar.

“Changes in the US Tax Laws: How they impact US Citizens in the UK”

Tuesday, 2 December 2014
6:30 to 9:30 pm
To be held at the Royal Over-Seas League
Park Place, St James’s Street, London SW1A 1LR, United Kingdom
Key issues:
New US and UK tax rules: Opportunities and Pitfalls.
US and UK pension and estate planning, key points for Americans in the UK.
Catching up if you’re out of compliance for income tax and FBAR reporting. What are your choices? Is it less scary than you might think?
Other bits of useful information:
Finding a friendly financial institution: bank, investment adviser, broker, custodian, and others that welcome American clients. What’s happening in the marketplace and why. Also, how to get a US bank account if you want one.
How to find a tax return preparer. Who fits your needs? Where to look, how to shop around and how to vet?
Charles Bruce – international tax specialist, he is known for his work with compliance matters and FATCA. He is an American attorney with Bonnard Lawson-Geneva/Lausanne.
Michael Larsen – Senior Managing Director, Harbert Management Corporation


Daniel Hyde – Founding Partner, Westleton Drake, Tax Advisors, London
James Sellon – Managing Partner, MASECO Private Wealth, London
Brad Westerfield – Butler Snow, Law Firm, London

Admission fee:

1. In advance £30 via online registration at:
2. At the door £35 per person
A cash bar will be provided for drinks and snacks – thank you for your support of ACA.
Disclaimer: ACA is not responsible for advice given by the speakers or sponsors of this event.
Limited seating so please RSVP to events@americansabroad.org

For those who don’t know, American Citizens Abroad, has compiled a massive U.S. Tax Preparer Directory to assist those who are U.S. taxpayers and live outside the United States..

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