Expert tax advice for Aussies living in the USA
As the first part of a two-session series ‘Living in the USA’, AWNY is proud to present “Finances in the USA: Expert tax advice for Aussies living in America.”
Have you recently arrived in the US? Have you been here for a while but still need to understand the complexities of straddling two tax returns? It can be confusing, time consuming and costly to not have access to the correct information nor a contact to ask your relevant questions.
AWNY presents Australian/US tax expert, Martin Cranitch of Transpacific Tax Services to guide us through the intricacies and convolutions of Australian and US taxation issues for Aussie expats.
Martin has a proven specialized tax service for Aussie expats living and working in the USA, and US citizens living in Australia. Since 2007 he has continuously updated his professional knowledge in both Australian and US tax law and worked with international expats.
As an Australian citizen and green card holder himself, he understands the issues faced by most Australians when moving to the USA navigating the new tax system.
Martin will provide a broad overview of the US tax system specifically relating to Aussies, and offer practical guidance.
His presentation will be followed by a Q&A session.
Learn more about:
- U.S taxation system
- Capital gains tax
- FATCA – Foreign Account Taxation Compliance Act
- Retirement savings accounts
- Considerations when starting up a business in the U.S.
|Date: Tuesday, November 14
Time: 6.00pm for welcome drinks, 6.30pm start
Location: Australian Consulate-General, 150 East 42nd Street, Floor 34, New York
Price: Members $15 | Non-Members $25
Tickets are strictly limited, so reserve your place today!
If you have questions about this session, please contact Katarina Filipovic.
WE WOULD LOVE TO KNOW WHAT’S ON YOUR MIND ABOUT FINANCES IN THE USA
Please feel free to post your general or specific questions in the forum and our expert can speak to these issues in the session.
Stay tuned for the second session of Living in the USA – Real Estate in the USA, co-sponsored by HSBC, slated for early 2018.