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“Solving the Problems of U.S. citizenship” – special guest – Phil Hodgen – Sunday Nov. 30/14

 

Solving The Problems of U.S. Citizenship – General description here

When: Sunday November 30, 2014

Time: 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Where: University of Toronto – Carr Hall – 100 St. Joseph St – Toronto, Ontario

Who: John Richardson with Special Guest Pasadena International Tax Lawyer Phil Hodgen

Cost: $20 or $40 for a family of four

I am delighted to have Phil participate in this session! This is a great opportunity for all attendees.

Update – December 8, 2014:

Here is a description of the session with Phil Hodgen written by an antendee.

 

 

 

#Americansabroad: Thoughts on the May 2/14 Toronto Conference on CBT vs. RBT – #FATCA #FBAR

The May 2, 2014 Toronto Conference on U.S. citizenship-based taxation was a great success. As the ACA Global announcement of results describes the morning and afternoon had separate themes and participants.

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Conference on “Citizenship-based taxation” – May 2/14 Toronto, Canada

I am very proud to participate in (what I believe to be) the first ever conference organized to debate issues surrounding “citizenship-based taxation”. The conference has been organized by “ACA Global“. The conference was reported on the Maple Sandbox blog as follows:

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