Category: Foreign Investors in United States Real Estate

U.S. Taxation of Foreign Investors Segment

Pre Immigration

Foreign Investors in the United States The definition of a foreign investor to the United States. This is an explanation of how to define a nonresident alien and a foreign corporation; and the different types of taxation that apply to

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Tax Planning Techniques for the Foreign Real Estate Investor
 – Advanced

By Richard S. Lehman SEMINAR OUTLINE I.    Principle Objectives A.    Limited Personal and Asset Liability B.    Single U.S. Tax C.    Avoid Double Taxation – U.S. and Country of Investor D.    Confidentiality E.    Tax Planning (1)    Eliminate U.S. Taxation of Real

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Videos Explaining United States Taxation

Tax Lawyer Richard S. Lehman, Esq., Offers Tax Webinars and Training on Relevant Tax Issues Please note: once you pick your presentation you will be taken to USTaxLawSeminars.com website (a Richard S. Lehman website) to view and download materials. U.S.

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FIRPTA Witholding Rate To Increase To 15%

This is an excerpt from the presentation; Advanced Tax Planning for Foreign Investors in United States Real Estate includes FIRPTA update. Presented by Richard S. Lehman to the Florida Realtors Global Networking Forum. Effective February 16, 2016 FIRPTA general withholding

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Testimonials from the Realtor’s Association of the Palm Beaches

Tax Planning Techniques for the Foreign Real Estate Investor can be a complicated topic. Recently Richard S. Lehman presented an “advanced” course on this topic to a group from the Realtors Association of the Palm Beaches. The overwhelming consensus was

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Meeting The International Client’s Needs

real estate investing in the United States

Over the last 40 years, Richard S. Lehman has developed a significant following of international investors; many of whom have been seeking tax-planning advice for investing in United States real estate. It is very important for all types of professionals

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Tax Planning for Foreign Investors Acquiring Smaller ($500,000 and under) United States Real Estate Investments

. . .U.S. estate taxes may be completely avoided if the individual foreign investor owns a foreign corporation that may in turn own the U.S. real estate.

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Tax Planning for Foreign Investors Acquiring Larger (One Million Dollars and over) United States Real Estate Investments

This is principally an article about tax planning for the non resident alien individual and foreign corporate investor that is planning for larger size investments in United States real estate (“Foreign Investor”). That is investments of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000)

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A General Overview to Foreign Investing in United States Real Estate

Investing in United State Real Estate- General Overview By Richard S. Lehman, Esq Total presentation time: 67:07 Tax planning for the non-resident alien individual and foreign corporate investor that is planning to invest in United States real estate. These are

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The History of the Real Estate Taxation

Until the mid 1980s Foreign Investors who were well advised never paid any U.S. federal income tax or capital gains tax. Until that time the U.S. had a treaty with the Netherlands Antilles by virtue of that country’s relationship with

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