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BNA Author Explores International Tax Treaties and Their Provisions Relating to U.S. Individuals Living Abroad

ARLINGTON, Va. July 15

the United States Mark Williamson International Tax Treaties and Provisions Relating to U.S. Individuals July 19, 2011

In 60-90 minutes, Williamson will cover:

  • A review of the policies behind tax treaties and the double taxation problems they seek to address
  • Tax treaty "savings clauses" and "residency tie-breaker rules," — how these rules interact with specific treaty benefits for individual taxpayers
    • employees and independent contractors
    • government workers
    • corporate directors
    • students and researchers
    • pensions and social security
    • annuities
    • alimony and child support

Educational Objectives

  • To bring the tax practitioner to a level of understanding at which he or she can advise individual taxpayers on most treaty benefit issues without the need for outside assistance
  • The program will provide a detailed discussion of the subject matter covered
  • Identify patterns and differences among tax treaties and common pitfalls for taxpayers and practitioners
  • Discuss effective research techniques when dealing with new treaties or unusual problems

This program should also be helpful to Foreign Service Officers and other governmental and non-governmental workers living abroad who may be entitled to claim treaty benefits.

About the Speaker

Mark Williamson Atlanta, Georgia

Milwaukee University of Wisconsin in Madison Georgia State University in Atlanta Athens, Georgia Georgia Estates and Trusts Magazine Jeffrey Pennell Emory University Georgia Georgia

International Tax Treaties and Provisions Related to U.S. Individuals July 19, 2011 12:30 AM – 2:00 PM, ET

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