There have been a number of changes recently and a great deal of attention focused on the information reporting requirements that have arisen for U.S. citizens living broad. Once you have determined that your client is a U.S. citizen and has filing requirements . . . then what?
The first webinar in this two-part series, presented by Westmark Tax Group and Global Mobility Tax LLP, will take you through some of the basic tax issues to consider for U.S. Persons living in Canada. There are some cases where you may not be qualified to file a return on behalf of your client. So it is important to learn what you can and cannot do, and what information needs to be gathered from your client, even if you cannot do the filing yourself. This webinar will give you the practical guidance you need to get your client filings prepared, and will steer you clear of some of the common errors made by practitioners. Topics to be discussed will include:
Part I : Foundational Topics:
The cross-border tax issues for U.S. persons living in Canada continue to attract a lot of attention for Canadian tax. The second in this webinar series builds on the first part above and is designed to take you that one step further to understanding some of the more advanced common tax issues to consider for U.S. Persons living in Canada. Topics include:
Part II - Overview of Common Cross-border Issues:
This webinar will be of most interest to accountants and tax practitioners practicing independently or in small to medium-sized firms. It will also benefit most other professionals who provide services to U.S. citizens, such as lawyers and financial planners.
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