Albin to Speak at SelectUSA Seminar in Bristol
May 23, 2018
At a time of economic change that is creating new opportunities, are you a successful exporter looking to do more business in the States?
SelectUSA, in association with the Department for International Trade, is holding a seminar bringing together experts, including our International Corporate Tax Director, Bradley Albin, for advice and practical information on expansion and presence in the US marketplace, 23rd of May, in Bristol.
During the seminar, we’ll be exploring answers to:
- How do current economic uncertainties impact the future US-UK transatlantic relationship, and what does this mean for companies in South West England?
- Why, when and how should companies consider moving from an export to an investment strategy?
- How do businesses engage with US states, cities and regions to grow their US network and presence?
- What are the practical legal, tax, immigration and commercial requirements for doing business in the US?
Our expert panel covering US immigration and case studies on the day will include:
- United States Embassy London – US Commercial Service
- Council of American States in Europe (CASE)
- Department of International Trade – South West
- Bradley Albin, US Tax & Financial Services Ltd.
- John Strassberg, US Attorney at law & UK Solicitor
SelectUSA is a United States government programme to promote and facilitate business investment in the US for British exporters already established in the States and successful exporters wishing to enter the US market.
Wednesday, 23 May 2018
Spaces are limited so RSVP today.
Did you Know?
Fact SevenThanks to FATCA banks must disclose their American account holders to the IRS or local tax authority.
Fact SixThe IRS is actively looking for non compliant US persons.
Fact FiveIt takes an average of 16 hours to do IRS Form 1040.
Fact FourThere are over 500 IRS tax forms.
Fact ThreeSince 1916, illegal income has been taxable.
Fact TwoUS persons must file tax returns no matter where they live and work.
Text One7 million Americans abroad
only 500,000 compliant