41st Annual International Tax Conference

Florida Institute of CPAs (FICPA) and the Tax Section of The Florida Bar
January 12-13, 2023
JW Marriott Miami
1109 Brickell Ave
Miami, FL 33131

Tax attorneys Logan Gans, William Sharp, Chad Vanderhoef, Alex OlamaStewart Kasner and Carolina Nuche will present at the 41st Annual International Tax Conference, hosted by the Florida Institute of CPAs (FICPA) and the Tax Section of The Florida Bar. The two-day conference will offer updates on international tax law relevant to tax professionals. Learn more about our attorneys' respective sessions below. 

Current Developments in International Taxation – Outbound Update
Thursday, January 12, 2023
9:00 - 9:50 a.m.
Logan Gans

This presentation will review and analyze significant statutory, regulatory, administrative and judicial developments in U.S. outbound international taxation that occurred during 2022.

Current Developments in International Taxation: Inbound Planning Update Including Recent Global Tax Compliance and Controversy Developments
Friday, January 13, 2023
8:30 - 9:20 a.m.
William Sharp, Chad Vanderhoef, Alex Olama

The presentation will highlight inbound U.S. statutory, regulatory, administrative and judicial developments as well as significant U.S. Tax and federal court decisions addressing inbound and compliance issues. Speakers will review foreign lase developments, recent IRS and U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) initiatives and recent Foreign Bank Account Report (FBAR) litigation outcomes.

Cross Border Divorces in a Post-Tax Reform World
Friday, January 13, 2023
10:30 - 11:20 a.m. 
Stewart Kasner, Carolina Nuche

Significant legislative changes in 2019 impacted the deductibility, income taxation and withholding tax rules associated with alimony payments made to and received by former spouses, including non-U.S. spouses, and created possible exposures to double taxation unless a tax treaty can rectify the whipsaw effect. Additionally, the division of property where either or both spouses is or are non-U.S. persons can trigger unanticipated income and withholding tax consequences, particularly where there is a transfer of US real property.  This presentation will highlight those pitfalls and examine tax planning opportunities when structuring alimony payments and property divisions as well as cover other issues that are often overlooked. 


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