Tax Committee: U.S. Tax Updates for the 2021 Tax Year
For U.S. citizens living abroad, tax season inevitably brings questions and headaches. Bring your questions to the 2021 AMCHAM U.S. Tax Filing Updates, with a panel discussion led by the AMCHAM Tax Committee. This session is an invaluable primer for the issues you need to consider for your 2021 year-end tax planning and tax reporting.
We'll be discussing some of the proposed changes to the U.S. tax code. Some of the issues we'll discuss are:
- What should Individual Taxpayers potentially prepare for?
- What should Corporate Taxpayers potentially prepare for?
- How will the proposed changes impact estate planning for U.S. citizens?
- When can we expect to see a new tax law passed and when will it go into effect?
- Matthew Stevens is Managing Director at Global U.S. Tax Plan, a Bangkok-based U.S. tax consultancy that provides U.S expatriates around the region with income tax planning and preparation services. Matthew is a certified CPA and holds a B.A. in Economics from University of California, Santa Barbara and an M.B.A from California State University.
- Josh Maxwell is a partner at Hone Maxwell, LLP, and Of Counsel at Mahanakorn Partners Group where he focuses on a wide variety of international tax issues including the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program, FATCA, treaties, and IRS informational reporting. In addition to being a California certified CPA, Josh holds a Masters of Tax from Arizona Statue University and a J.D. and LL.M from the University of San Diego School of Law, where he also serves as adjunct professor.