Category Archives: U.S. Persons Abroad (Expats)

  1. Guilty of GILTI? A New Tax for Some Expats

    • by Jimmy Sexton
    • June 15th, 2018

    Guilty of GILTI? A New Tax for Some Expats

    Are you guilty of GILTI? You better hope not! GILTI stands for “Global Intangible Low Taxed Income” and was enacted as part of the U.S. 2017 Tax Reform. Under GILTI, U.S. expats who own and operate businesses through foreign corporations could be forced to pay U.S. tax on their foreign corporation’sprofits, regardless of whether or not they receive a dividend!

    Read Jimmy Sexton, LL.M., latest article in Inspiring Women summer issue magazine!

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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. Gift & Estate Planning for Expats Part 3

    • by Jimmy Sexton
    • May 25th, 2018

    Gift & estate planning for expats is especially challenging because they often have assets in multiple countries, as well as family members with varied countries of residence and citizenship. This is Final Episode of 3 from Jimmy Sexton, LL.M.’s presentation at the 2018 FAWCO Interim Meeting in The Hague!

     

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