Whoever Thought a Fullerton CPA Would Be Speaking in Panama?

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Local CPA Invited to International Living Event in Panama City, April 14-16, 2011

Local CPA, Nick Hodges, CPA/PFS, MBA, CFP will be sharing his 20-years’ experience in American expat tax. The tax regulations and reporting requirements for Americans living and working abroad are some of the most complex and confusing in the IRS code. Mr. Hodges tells us that he receives emails weekly from Americans abroad that express confusion and distress about what is actually required of them. Penalties for non-reporting begin in the thousands, surprising the most well-intentioned expats who have not sought the help of a professional experienced in U.S. expat tax. Nick reports, “I have talked with folks all over the world, who, in the midst of their expat adventure have been unpleasantly surprised with HUGE tax and penalty assessments. In nearly every situation, it was because they operated on incorrect information – not because they were attempting to evade paying taxes.”

That’s why he is so excited to present, “Expat Tax and Reporting Issues, Opportunities, and Minefields.” In this session he will help Americans seeking to expatriate learn how they can avoid the tax minefields and maximize the tax benefits of living and working abroad. Here are some of the tax basics he will be covering in this high-intensity, 30-minute session:

  • It’s easier than you think to make a mistake
  • It’s costlier than you think to make a mistake
  • Avoidance vs. Evasion – What will you choose?
  • Understanding the three biggest tax benefits
  • 31 Key Questions and Answers for Expats

The video, audio, and Powerpoint presentations available after the conference. Contact us at http://www.expatcfo.com

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