Foreign Investment in the United States—Tax and Related Matter

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Overview

8.0 Credits
IN-PERSON

The following course is an on-site training event.

Let the FICPA come to you and provide your team with the highest quality customized in-person education they can receive without ever leaving the office. For more information about on-site programs, please use our contact page.

Objectives

Participants will acquire knowledge and practical how-to approaches on foreign investment in the United States and numerous types of passive and active business investments.

Major Topics

The major topics of this course include:

  • Resident vs. non-resident alien status for individual investors
  • Survey of investment vehicles used: those providing greatest benefits and alternatives to avoid branch profits tax
  • IRS and related federal and/or state filing requirements
  • Tax consequences of holding passive investments or actively operating U.S. real estate and other business activities
  • Tax effects added by Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act and the withholding tax on dispositions of U.S. real property interests by foreigners
  • Procedures required to obtain tax treaty benefits
  • Recent developments

Designed For

Any professional who has the opportunity to advise foreign individuals or foreign entities with respect to U.S. investments or business activities.

Prerequisite

Some experience in tax law and familiarity of foreign investments.

Let the FICPA come to you and provide your team with the highest quality customized in-person education they can receive without ever leaving the office. For more information about on-site programs, please use our contact page.