U.S.-China Tax Issues for Dual-Status Taxpayers: Tax Planning and Compliance Requirements, Treaty Operations
Capital Controls and Asset Migration, Pre-Immigration Planning, Special Considerations for U.S. Taxpayers Working in the PRC
Note: CLE credit is not offered on this program
A live 110-minute CPE webinar with interactive Q&A
This webinar will provide tax advisers with a practical guide into the tax reporting requirements and planning opportunities for U.S. taxpayers with earnings or assets in China, as well as Chinese citizens with U.S. tax reporting obligations. The panel will describe Chinese residency and expatriation rules, including the "90/183 days" question, and detail the U.S. reporting and payment obligations specific to passive income as well as Chinese trade or business activity. The webinar will also provide useful information on recent Chinese government guidance on the operation of the dual U.S.-China tax treaty.
- Operation of tax treaty
- Considerations for Chinese citizens seeking to migrate assets to U.S. domicile
- Capital controls
- Pre-immigration planning
- People's Republic of China income tax structures for foreign workers with a tax presence in China
- 90/183 day rules and residency determination
- Registration requirements within the PRC
- Tax reporting obligations
The panel will discuss these and other important topics:
- How capital controls work to try to limit asset flight from China and what strategies may Chinese individuals seeking to establish U.S. presence employ to migrate capital into the U.S.
- International/transnational structures unique to China and the Pacific Rim for purposes of asset transfer and protection
- What U.S. taxpayers need to know before they begin work and establish residence in China
- How the PRC-U.S. tax treaty operates to mitigate dual taxation
Coastal Bridge Advisors
Mr. Loftus leads the firm’s corporate executive services, lending and alternative Investment operations of the... | Read More
Mr. Loftus leads the firm’s corporate executive services, lending and alternative Investment operations of the firm. With a career spanning almost 30 years, Mr. Loftus began his career at Merrill Lynch in 1986. He then spent 10 years as a Senior Vice President at Smith Barney before returning to Merrill Lynch in 1998 as part of their Private Banking and Investment Group, the firm’s prestigious division serving high net worth individuals, families and businesses. In 2008, Mr. Loftus and his partners left Merrill Lynch to form Coastal Bridge Advisors, an independent registered investment advisory firm, to better serve their clients according to a fiduciary standardClose
Anthony E. Parent
Parent & Parent
Mr. Parent is the founding partner of his firm, and has a tremendous amount of success in opt-out audits and FBAR... | Read More
Mr. Parent is the founding partner of his firm, and has a tremendous amount of success in opt-out audits and FBAR appeals. He represents U.S. taxpayers around the globe. He give numerous trainings on video and podcasts. He is a published writer, including The IRSMedic blog. He is quoted on tax issues in the national broadcast media. In 2012, he co-authored a business bestseller compilation Protect & Defend. He is currently finishing his first solo effort: IRS Confidential.Close
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