Munich International Women’s Club Presents
U.S. Tax & Banking Workshop with Updates for 2015
Monday 16 March 2015 from 6:30 to 8:00
The Peace Church, Frauenlobstraße 5
(U3/U6 Sendlinger Tor)
Americans, non-American partners of Americans and green card holders living in Germany continue to seek information and updates concerning their U.S. taxes, finances and bank accounts inside and outside of the U.S. Join us for an update on all these issues with Jimmy Sexton, a tax expert from Esquire Group. He will outline the most important ways for you to save money on your U.S. expat tax return and stay in compliance. This will be an interactive session of learning and also providing the opportunity to ask your questions. By the end of the workshop you will understand:
- How the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion can save you money
- How the Foreign Tax Credit works to offset the taxes you pay to your host country
- What FBAR is and how to file
- How FATCA may impact you
- How to get caught up on your US taxes if you are behind
- The 2014-2015 filing deadlines
- What the implications are of giving up your U.S. Citizenship
MIWC is sponsoring this evening at the Peace Church. We ask for a small charity donation of €5.00 at the door to go to the church. We will also be selling refreshments during the evening.
Esquire has agreed to waive the usual workshop fee because MIWC is a FAWCO club. They do require about 30 people and so we need your RSVP and guarantee for attendance, no later than 15 February. This is a great opportunity for important Tax/Banking information and updates. If you have specific questions, please advise Hope Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org and your question can be added to the agenda. Also, if you would like to meet individually with a representative of Esquire you can make an appointment to meet with Jimmy Sexton the following day, 17 March.
Please RSVP to email@example.com Friends and guests are welcome. Also contact Hope if you would like further information.