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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 website (a Richard S. Lehman website) to view and download materials.

IRS Foreign Disclosure ProgramsU.S. TAX LAW SEMINAR:

The New IRS Streamlined Filing Compliance Procedures

Learn about The Internal Revenue Service announcing major changes in its offshore voluntary compliance programs, providing new options to help both taxpayers residing overseas and those residing in the United States.

Learn more about the New Streamlined Filing Compliance Procedures.

Ponzi Scheme Tax Loss PresentationU.S. TAX LAW SEMINAR:

Ponzi Scheme Tax Loss

Learn how recovery through the “Tax Refund” is quick and reliable. The maximum tax benefit from the Bernard Madoff and other ponzi theft are going to result from a well prepared professional product that explains each taxpayers position to the Internal Revenue Service. People need to be aware of their legal rights as taxpayers to use the tax losses to reduce their taxes.

Learn more about Ponzi Scheme Tax Loss

Valuable Clawback RepaymentsU.S. TAX LAW SEMINAR:

Taxation of the Clawback in a Ponzi Scheme – Maximum Tax Recovery

Any lawyer involved in a clawback settlement agreement must, where possible, in the settlement agreement, distinguish between and earmark the two types of clawback that can happen. There can be a clawback of profits earned from the ponzi scheme or a clawback of invested principal. As you will see there is a distinctly different tax treatment between the two clawbacks and as a general rule, clawbacks allocated to profit losses may be more valuable for larger refunds but also may be more treacherous to deal with.

Learn more about Taxation of the Clawback in a Ponzi Scheme for Maximum Tax Recovery

Tax Planning techniques for the foreign real estate investorU.S. TAX LAW SEMINAR:

Tax Planning Techniques for the Foreign Real Estate Investor (Advanced)

The United States real estate market is strong and growing. However, it is important to use only a limited amount of borrowed funds. When an investor finances real estate with large borrowings, the investor runs the risk of continuing to hold their real estate investments in hard times. Investment in U.S. real estate can provide significant short term profits but often will fare much better when they are viewed as long term investments. Foreign Investors are now finding that they invest in both U.S. real estate and a strong dollar at the same time. Thus, making their investment even more valuable than ever when compared to their wealth in their own currencies.

Certification Credits: International Law, Real Estate, Wills, Trusts and Estates. View this presentation.

IC-DISC a major tax saving toolU.S. TAX LAW SEMINAR:

The United States Tax Benefits Of Exporting – The IC-DISC

Learn about this hidden gem in the tax code. In its simplest terms, the IC-DISC is a separate corporation. The income received by the DISC is not taxable to the DISC. The DISC is charged with accounting separately for a U.S. “taxpayer’s export profits” and receives more than 50% of the export profits free of any U.S. taxation.

Learn more about The IC-DISC

Pre Immigration Income Tax PlanningU.S. TAX LAW SEMINAR:

Pre-Immigration Income Tax Planning

The immigrating Non Resident Alien must prepare for a tax life as a Resident Alien. This means taking advantage of all of the tax deductions and tax investment incentives offered by the U.S. Tax Code. It may actually mean leaving certain of the taxpayer’s foreign investments in place. This is also the subject of a separate article on the Taxation of Immigrating to the United States.

Learn more about pre-immigration income tax planning

General Overview of United States Taxation of Foreign InvestorsU.S. TAX LAW SEMINAR:

United States Taxation of Foreign Investors (General Overview)

This presentation is intended to provide the foreign investor, both corporate and individual, with only a basic introduction to the tax laws of the United States as they apply to that foreign investor. Hopefully, it will let the foreign investor know that they are welcome in the United States. More importantly, it should help the foreign investor know that the U.S. tax laws are complex and must be dealt with in a highly professional manner; if one is to avoid the tax traps and take advantage of the many tax benefits offered by the United States.

Learn more about United States Taxation of Foreign Investors

Foreign Investment in United States Real Estate - The BasicsU.S. TAX LAW SEMINAR:

Foreign Investments in U.S. Real Estate

Tax planning for the non-resident alien individual and foreign corporate investor that is planning to invest in United States real estate.

Learn more about tax planning for the foreign investor, investing in United State real estate.

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