Trump’s Tax Law And How It Will Affect U.S. Expats
A new tax act takes hold in the United States, the first act of its kind since 1986. The legislation is very complicated; Larry Lipsher explained it all in user-friendly terms and discuss what he expects to happen over the next few years. Instead of talking about major aspects of the recently enacted tax bill that do not apply to those outside of the U.S., Mr. Lipsher, as he has done in seven of the past ten years as a FCC speaker, focused on the law changes that apply to the U.S. tax filer based outside of the U.S.
Laurence E. ‘Larry’ Lipsher, an American and Hong Kong CPA, has been preparing U.S. tax returns since 1967. The speaker has lived in China since 1990. Until his retirement in the mainland, he was one of few non-Chinese ever to be licensed to practice as a CPA in China. He is a past president of the American Chamber of Commerce of South China. For twelve years, he wrote the bi-weekly Asian Tax Review for Worldwide Tax Daily of Tax Analysts, Washington, DC. For seven years, the expert also produced a monthly column for Tax India International. The long time FCC member has written over 300 tax-related articles for various international publications.
Speaker: Larry Lipsher,an American CPA