DAUK Tax Committee Presents Expat Tax 101

 

When: September 11th @ 6:30pm

Where: University of Westminster, The Boardroom, 309 Regent Street, London, W1B 2HW

Why: To address basic tax filing requirements for American when living outside the United States

Cost: £12.50 General Admission / £5.00 Concessions

Click here to buy tickets

Some of the questions we will address at the event includes:

  • When is the tax filing deadline for Americans living outside the U.S.?
  • How much do I need to earn to file?
  • How do I manage my US student loans while living abroad?
  • Can I open a UK pension as a US citizen?
  • Do I have to pay capital gains tax to the IRS when I sell my UK home?
  • How much do I have to earn in order to be double taxed?
  • Do I get double taxed if I’m self-employed in the UK or have a UK Limited Company?

This event is for you if:

  • you just moved to the UK from the US and you’re unsure of your tax obligations
  • you haven’t filed for decades
  • you’re scared to face your tax filing obligation or don’t know what questions to ask to get started
  • you’ve filed for years but you’re not sure if you’re doing it right, or
  • you’ve filed every year but you’ve wanted a straightforward answer for a specific issue.

Speakers

David McKeegan, Co-Founder at Greenback Tax Services

Liz Zitzow, MD at British American Tax

David Holmes, Chartered Tax Adviser at Ingleton Partners LLP

Doug Michael, Director at PwC

Emily Repp, Chartered Tax Adviser at Trotman Repp

Rebecca Lammers, DAUK Tax Committee Chair (host)

 

Agenda

6:30pm doors open/attendee check-in

7:00pm Opening Presentations

7:30 Panel Discussion

8:30pm Q&A

9:00pm panel ends

10:00pm venue doors close

Please email any questions you’d like to be addressed during the panel in advance to taxcom@democratsabroad.org.uk

If you are unable to attend this event, please email taxcom@democratsabroad.org.uk to be added to the mailing list to keep up to date with the actions from the DAUK Tax Committee.

Disclaimer: DA cannot provide individual tax advice. We are not tax lawyers, accountants or advisers. Please consult a professional tax adviser/accountant/return preparer when addressing your personal tax matters.

 

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