Date: Thursday, April 6, 2017
Time: 12:00 - 14:00
Venue: Tokyo American Club, B2 Manhattan
Speakers: Yasuhisa Itabashi, Partner, Ernst & Young
Faisal Majid, Senior, Ernst & Young
Harish K. Shrivastava, Partner, Ernst & Young
Hosting Committee: Taxation Committee
Member Fee: ¥4,600
Guest Fee: ¥7,800
Meal: Plated Lunch
Registration/Cancellation Deadline: Monday, April 3, 12:00 noon
Every year individuals are tasked with filing a U.S. tax return. While this task may be relatively straightforward for individuals living in the U.S., the same cannot be said for individuals living abroad. Taxpayers living abroad are faced with the challenge of dealing with multi-national taxes, while having to comply with different reporting procedures and additional filing requirements.
To make things even more complex, the U.S. tax laws are constantly changing every year, and 2016 is no exception. The Internal Revenue Service has released information on a number of tax changes for the 2016 tax year. It is important to stay up to date with these tax changes and understand the impact it will have on taxpayers living overseas.
In 2016, Donald Trump elected as the 45th President of the United States. A new President also means new tax reforms. President Trump has proposed many changes to our current tax law. This event will cover some of the proposed changes which may have a significant impact on taxpayers globally.
Important Changes for 2016
- Tax Brackets, Standard Deduction & Personal Exemption
- Foreign Earned Income Exclusion and Housing Deduction
- Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) Renewal
- New Foreign Bank Account Report (FBAR) Deadline and Extension
- Other Changes
- Foreign Tax Credit and Foreign Earned Income Exclusion
- Offshore Compliance Options, including Streamlined Filing Compliance
- Totalization Agreement
Please join us on April 6.
Ryann Thomas, Edwin T. Whatley, Marcus Wong, Co-chairs
ACCJ Taxation Committee
NOTE 1: Although this presentation is ON THE RECORD, the Q&A session will be OFF THE RECORD.
NOTE 2: If you cancel after the stated deadline, the full meeting fee will be charged to your account. Sorry, no substitutions or walk-ins.
NOTE 3: If you are driving to Tokyo American Club, please inform the ACCJ in advance as arrangements must be made and a 1,100 yen parking fee will apply.