you or some of your clients interested in offshore asset protection,
offshore investing, offshore business ventures or even expatriation?
Whatever your reason for "going offshore", it's
likely you will become an owner or investor in a foreign corporation.
But there are complex tax implications for U.S. citizens and residents
who "venture offshore" or invest in a foreign corporation.
The C.F.C. Tax "Boot Camp
is a one-day, 8 hour, intensive seminar for investors,
entrepreneurs, lawyers, accountants and financial advisors who want an
introduction to the confusing and controversial subject of the U.S. tax
treatment of owners of foreign corporations. This program is for
the non specialist who has little
or no prior background in any aspect of international tax law. It's a
program for beginners.
The program is
designed to provide ample time for inter-action between the instructors
and the students. There will also be 30 minutes, twice a day for
questions and answers from all three of the instructors.
That's why we call it the
A detailed description and
outline of these topics is available online
for your review. To see the detailed table of contents, link to Las Vegas
CFC 2007 Seminar.
The seminar registration
fee is $375. Copies of the 180 plus page Controlled Foreign Corporation Tax Guide are available for $85 each, but are provided free to
seminar students. Those who have already purchased the seminar
manual may deduct $45 from the seminar fee. Additional discount are available for the first
twenty pre-paid registrations.
A full refund will be made
if we should have to cancel the seminar for any reason.
If the seminar is held, a
$30 cancellation fee will be imposed on cancellations by those who have
signed up for the advance registration discount.
Program Schedule & Manual Contents
Call Offshore Press, Inc. at 1-913-362-9667 or
send an email to jacobs - @ - offshorepress.com to
Continuing Legal Education-
Continuing Professional Education
The program should
qualify for 7 to 8 hours of CLE/CPE.
We will apply in a
minimum of three states and in the States in which there are at least
three lawyers or three CPAs who are registered for this program.
This course is an introduction to the general subject of
the U.S.Taxation of Shareholders of Foreign Corporations with an
emphasis on the taxation of
individuals and small businesses. This course will not focus on the
tax issues that are relevant to large multi-national
Level of Knowledge
Required: No prior experience or training in international tax law
Lectures, Discussions and Reference Manual
Instructors: One of the instructors has a Master of Law
Degree in Taxation and specializes in the practice of International
Tax Law. The second instructor is a CPA who focuses on international
tax law and is the co-author of Offshore Tax Strategies, and The Controlled Foreign Corporation Tax
Guide. The third instructor is a
CPA with extensive experience in advanced international tax planning
and transfer pricing. All three instructors are
Registration Fee & Refund Policy
The registration fee
for the seminar is $375. If you have previously purchased a copy
of the seminar manual, you may deduct $45 from the seminar fee.
Discounts are available for
for the first 25 registrations.
If you are unable to
attend for any reason after you have registered, we will refund all but
$30 of your fee.