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Taxation of Foreign Persons Operating an Equine Business in the U.S. (4153037A)
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Do you have foreign clients who own, trade or race horses in the U.S.? Formerly local, the equine industry has expanded such that a growing number of horses in the U.S. are owned by foreign persons. This two-hour program is designed to familiarize CPAs with the U.S. international tax rules impacting foreign persons that operate in the equine industry. CPAs need to know these rules to properly advise their clients in the structuring of equine operations and transactions.

7/10/2015
When: 7/10/2015
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Where: Webcast/Webinar
Presenter: Robert Misey
Contact: April Deneault
801-834-6634


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Do you have foreign clients who own, trade or race horses in the U.S.? Formerly local, the equine industry has expanded such that a growing number of horses in the U.S. are owned by foreign persons. This two-hour program is designed to familiarize CPAs with the U.S. international tax rules impacting foreign persons that operate in the equine industry. CPAs need to know these rules to properly advise their clients in the structuring of equine operations and transactions.

  

Objectives:
Recall the inbound rules of U.S. international taxation as applied to the equine industries.
Recognize the best framework of analysis to advise foreign clients with equine activities in the U.S.
Identify tools to assist foreign equine clients in reducing their U.S. income taxes.

 

Major Subjects:

The two U.S. regimes for taxing foreign persons in the equine industry

The sourcing of income for foreign persons in U.S. equine transactions
How treaties reduce the U.S tax impact of foreign horse owners
Withholding of income on U.S. payments to foreign horse owners
Taxation of gains on sale of U.S. horse farms



Designed For:

CPAs and financial professionals in public practice and equine industry-working advising clients and business. Individuals, sole practitioners, small firms and business and large firms and business.
 

Prerequisite: None

 

Advanced Prep: None

  

Speaker: Robert Misey

Vendor: CalCPA

Field of Study: Tax

Level: Overview

CPE Credit: 2 hours

Acronym: TFPO

 

Registration Fees:

Members: $70

Nonmembers: $94

 

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