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Monday’s Tax Planning Seminar For CFCs In Philadelphia

Kat Jennings

September 19 is just on the other side of the weekend. There’s not much time left to sign up for this Tax Planning Seminar.

Networking Seminars one day technical update on Tax Planning for CFCs under Subpart F Income. One of the purposes of Subpart F is to prevent CFCs from structuring transactions in a way that are designed to manipulate the inconsistencies between foreign and U.S. tax systems to inappropriately generate low or non-taxed income on which U.S. tax may be permanently deferred.

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September’s Tax Planning Seminar For CFCs In Philadelphia

Kat Jennings

September 19 is coming up fast. There’s not much time left to sign up for this Tax Planning Seminar.

Networking Seminars one day technical update on Tax Planning for CFCs under Subpart F Income. One of the purposes of Subpart F is to prevent CFCs from structuring transactions in a way that are designed to manipulate the inconsistencies between foreign and U.S. tax systems to inappropriately generate low or non-taxed income on which U.S. tax may be permanently deferred.

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September’s Tax Planning Seminar for CFCs in Philadelphia

Kat Jennings

September 19 is coming up fast. There’s not much time left to sign up for this Tax Planning Seminar.

Networking Seminars one day technical update on Tax Planning for CFCs under Subpart F Income. One of the purposes of Subpart F is to prevent CFCs from structuring transactions in a way that are designed to manipulate the inconsistencies between foreign and U.S. tax systems to inappropriately generate low or non-taxed income on which U.S. tax may be permanently deferred.

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Sign Up For September’s Tax Planning Seminar for CFCs in Philadelphia

Kat Jennings

September 19 is coming up fast. There’s not much time left to sign up for this Tax Planning Seminar.

Networking Seminars one day technical update on Tax Planning for CFCs under Subpart F Income. One of the purposes of Subpart F is to prevent CFCs from structuring transactions in a way that are designed to manipulate the inconsistencies between foreign and U.S. tax systems to inappropriately generate low or non-taxed income on which U.S. tax may be permanently deferred.

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Sign Up Today For Tax Planning Seminar for CFCs

Kat Jennings

Networking Seminars one day technical update on Tax Planning for CFCs under Subpart F Income. One of the purposes of Subpart F is to prevent CFCs from structuring transactions in a way that are designed to manipulate the inconsistencies between foreign and U.S. tax systems to inappropriately generate low or non-taxed income on which U.S. tax may be permanently deferred.

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Seminar – Tax Planning for CFCs – Philadelphia, PA

Kat Jennings

Networking Seminars one day technical update on Tax Planning for CFCs under Subpart F Income. One of the purposes of Subpart F is to prevent CFCs from structuring transactions in a way that are designed to manipulate the inconsistencies between foreign and U.S. tax systems to inappropriately generate low or non-taxed income on which U.S. tax may be permanently deferred.

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Tax Planning for CFCs Seminar—Philadelphia

Kat Jennings

Networking Seminars one day technical update on Tax Planning for CFCs under Subpart F Income. One of the purposes of Subpart F is to prevent CFCs from structuring transactions in a way that are designed to manipulate the inconsistencies between foreign and U.S. tax systems to inappropriately generate low or non-taxed income on which U.S. tax may be permanently deferred.

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Tax Planning for CFCs Seminar—September 19

K J 6.7

Networking Seminars one day technical update on Tax Planning for CFCs under Subpart F Income. One of the purposes of Subpart F is to prevent CFCs from structuring transactions in a way that are designed to manipulate the inconsistencies between foreign and U.S. tax systems to inappropriately generate low or non-taxed income on which U.S. tax may be permanently deferred.

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Tax Planning Seminar—September 19, Philadelphia, PA

K J 6.7

Networking Seminars one day technical update on Tax Planning for CFCs under Subpart F Income. One of the purposes of Subpart F is to prevent CFCs from structuring transactions in a way that are designed to manipulate the inconsistencies between foreign and U.S. tax systems to inappropriately generate low or non-taxed income on which U.S. tax may be permanently deferred.

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Tax Planning for CFCs under Subpart F—Philadelphia, PA

K J 6.7

Networking Seminars one day technical update on Tax Planning for CFCs under Subpart F Income. One of the purposes of Subpart F is to prevent CFCs from structuring transactions in a way that are designed to manipulate the inconsistencies between foreign and U.S. tax systems to inappropriately generate low or non-taxed income on which U.S. tax may be permanently deferred.

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Forms Required By #Americansabroad 101 – The Explanation

John Richardson BNN

The following is a response to comments made about an article written by Rachel Heller on medium.com titled, “Why I renounced my US citizenship (Hint: it’s not because I’m avoiding taxes!).” The article was well written, interesting and attracted responses from Homeland Americans. (It was reproduced here and attracted even more comments.) The comments from U.S. residents demonstrated again that they do NOT understand the problems experienced by Americans abroad.

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Filed Joint Return But Spouse Did Not Sign?

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Tax Court Did Not Consider To Be A Valid Return

In Reifler, TC Memo 2015-199TC Memo 2015-199, the Tax Court recently held that a joint return not signed by the wife was not a valid return and, as a result, imposed the failure-to-file penalty. In so doing, it rejected the taxpayer’s arguments that the return was valid either because it substantially complied with the valid return rules or because the wife intended to file a joint return and tacitly consented to the filing of a joint return.

Signatures on a tax return not only verify that a return has indeed been filed by the person indicated on the front page of a Form 1040 but also certify that all the statements in the tax return are made under penalty of perjury and are true, correct, and complete to the best of Read more

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