Tax Webinar: U.S. Tax Planning - Why Invest in Thai and Offshore Funds (Postponed)
Are you a U.S. citizen who holds investments in a Thai provident fund as part of your compensation packages? Or do you hold investments in financial products such as LTFs and RMFs? Or perhaps you've participated in an offshore savings plan from companies such as: Friends Provident International, Hansard International, Old Mutual International ,Skandia, Zurich, Generali, or RL360
If so, join us for our deep dive into the U.S. income tax implications for shareholders of Passive Foreign Investment Corporations (PFICs). Learn which of these investments can be useful and how best to report them on your U.S. 1040.
This meeting will also serve as our annual U.S. tax filing update. If you are compiling your 2019 taxes and have questions, please bring them to this session.
About the Speakers:
Matthew Stevens is Director of Taxation at Global U.S. Tax Plan, an independent accounting firm helping U.S. citizens throughout Asia remain compliant with U.S. tax code.
Peggy Creveling is Executive Director of Creveling & Creveling, a private wealth advisory firm that specializes in helping expatriates living in Thailand and throughout Southeast Asia. Previously she has held management positions at Citigroup, Salomon Smith Barney, and Paribas Asia Equity. Peggy holds the CFA and CFP® (US) designations, and graduated with a B.S. in Economics (Mathematical) from West Point.