(PRWEB) March 03, 2016
Gary Forster, Managing Partner of Forster Boughman & Lefkowitz, has released his latest book highlighting tax traps for non-citizens. The book titled The U.S. Estate and Gift Tax and the Non-Citizen, explains how resident and non-resident foreign nationals are impacted by the U.S. estate and gift tax.
Foreign professionals, investors and entrepreneurs (and their financial and legal advisors) will gain key insights into such topics as the tax implications of foreign investment and immigration to the U.S. Interested parties may purchase the first edition of The U.S. Estate and Gift Tax and the Non-Citizen by visiting Amazon.com
Gary Forster is a Florida attorney, practicing domestic and international asset protection, business, tax and estate planning law. Mr. Forster handles a variety of corporate and personal planning matters. Mr. Forster’s broad experience in domestic and international legal issues enables him to counsel businesses and individual clients regarding matters ranging from LLC and trust structuring to corporate reorganizations, mergers and acquisitions, and tax planning. Mr. Forster is the author of Asset Protection for Professionals, Entrepreneurs & Investors, a guide to asset protection strategies for clients and their financial advisors. This book is in its second edition.
Mr. Forster is rated AV – Preeminent, by Martindale-Hubbell. Mr. Forster writes and lectures frequently on the topics of asset protection, international tax and corporate law. He has designed and drafted hundreds of corporate documents and asset protection plans. Most recently, Mr. Forster’s suggested amendments were adopted as Section 43A of the new Nevis LLC Ordinance (Nevis Limited Liability Company (Amendment) Ordinance, 2015).
Gary Forster earned a B. A. from Tufts University in 1990, graduating cum laude with majors in Economics and Spanish Literature. Mr. Forster received his J.D. from the University Of Florida College Of Law, graduating with honors in 1993. While in law school, he served as editor of the Florida Journal of International Law. Mr. Forster continued his studies as a graduate fellow at the University of Florida Masters of Taxation program, earning an L.L.M. in 1994. His education also includes studies at the University of Madrid, Oxford University and Leiden University in the Netherlands.