Category Archives: Family Offices

  1. Withholding Tax on Payments of U.S. Source Income

    • by Jimmy Sexton
    • June 18th, 2018

    Getting money from the U.S.? Not before the U.S. gets its pound of flesh (taxes)! You see, the U.S. charges withholding tax on payments of U.S. source income. Rainer Fiege-Kollmann, EA, tell you all about it in this recording of an Esquire Group webinar.

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  2. Consequences of Involving an American in Your Non-U.S. Business

    • by Jimmy Sexton
    • June 13th, 2018

    What the consequences of involving an American in Your Non-U.S. Business? Having an American business partner or employee could result in having to disclose your business’ finances to the U.S. government!!!

    In this Esquire Group webinar recording, Jimmy Sexton, LL.M , Virginia La Torre Jeker, JD and Reiner Fiege-Kollmen, EA talk what you should consider before partnering up with or hiring an American. The unintended consequences could be more than you bargained for.

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  3. U.S. Taxation of Foreign Investment U.S. Real Estate

    • by Jimmy Sexton
    • June 1st, 2018

    Foreign individuals and entities invest in U.S. real estate for a wide range of reasons. What is peculiar is that most don’t seek tax or legal advice prior to investing. Big mistake.

    The U.S. income and estate tax rules are applied quite differently to foreigners than to Americans. In order to make the most of your investment in U.S. real estate, you have to understand how the U.S. will tax it and plan accordingly.

    In this webinar discuss we how the U.S. taxes foreigners with U.S. real estate, common planning techniques, and some restructuring options in event you are already invested and didn’t do proper planning.

    Esquire Group can assist you with all aspects of your investment in U.S. real estate, from tax planning and compliance to tax preparation. Contact us here.

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