More than 800 US citizens registered for the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce US Expats Tax Seminars on March 9+10 2015 at the Cotsen Hall of the American School of Classical Studies, including thousands of Greek Americans, who live in Greece. The need for US citizens in Greece to become informed about their US tax filing obligations was evident and many US citizens in Greece had the opportunity to become properly informed on the unique tax filing and bank report obligations of U.S. citizens working or living abroad. The presentation followed a Q&A session.
Topics covered include:
-Use of the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion (FEIE) under I.R.C. Section 911 and of Foreign Tax Credits to reduce or eliminate US tax
-Foreign Bank Account Report (FBAR) filing requirements for US citizens
-The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) filing requirements for individuals and foreign bank reporting of “US accounts”
-Tax return and FBAR filing compliance for delinquent US taxpayers; using the Streamlined Foreign Offshore Procedures (SFOP) to avoid tax and FBAR penalties
Stephen Flott, Esq. – Flott & Co.: Stephen Flott has more than thirty-five years’ experience advising businesses and individuals on a wide range of international business and tax matters. He specializes in U.S. citizenship issues, including expatriation and associated tax issues, and the special compliance challenges associated with long term non-filing of U.S. tax returns and financial reports by U.S. citizens who live outside the United States.
* * *American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce is pleased to provide this information as a service to its members and the U.S. citizen community. However, the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce does not provide tax or legal advice. Individuals should seek professional accounting or legal advice if they have questions about tax filing obligations. The American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce is not affiliated with or endorse tax advisors and disclaim responsibility for the accuracy of information provided during the seminar.
- March 10, 2015
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm