The Italy-America Chamber of Commerce West presents : International Tax Compliance in the US: past, present and future. A panel discussion
The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, better known as FATCA, was passed in 2010 as part of the HIRE act. Starting July 1, 2014 Foreign Financial Institutions (FFI) are required by the US government, under FATCA, to report information regarding accounts of all US citizens (living in the US and abroad), US "persons," green card holders and individuals holding certain US investments to the IRS.
The discussion will be focused on answering the following questions:
What is FATCA? Is this a new offshore voluntary disclosure program?
What is a silent disclosure?
Were any significant changes made to the 2012 OVDP? If so, what are they?
Why should I make a voluntary disclosure?
How to comply with the present?
Moderator: Duccio Mortillaro, Denton US LLP
Giuseppe Brusa, G.C. Consultants Inc.
Sarre Baldassarri, G.C. Consultants Inc.
Theresa Clardy, Loeb & Loeb LLP
WEDNESDAY, January 21, 2015, 6:00 TO 8:30 PM
Italian Cultural Institute - 1023 Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90024
$15.00 IACCW MEMBERS
$20 if you mention "Fondazione Italia" at the door!
Payment at the door ONLY by check or cash
Catered dinner to follow by Il Fornaio Beverly Hills
RSVP mandatory by Friday, January 16, 2015
Source: Fondazione Italia
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