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International Wealth Management Considerations for American Expatriates

Posted by William Byrnes on October 10, 2014

by Edward D. Nieto

Expatriates often require international financial services to manage their investments, minimize their tax burdens, comply with offshore tax reporting requirements, and manage their wealth through tax and estate planning. An expatriate’s financial and tax situation becomes more complex when assets are acquired, investments are made, and-or business activities are conducted overseas. American expatriates have additional banking and tax reporting requirements that require special considerations when managing wealth. International banking is vastly becoming more difficult for Americans due to new reporting requirements under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act. In many cases, foreign banks are closing the bank accounts of Americans and preventing the purchase of investment products due to the cost and time involved with compliance. …

read Edward Nieto’s article at AdvisorFYI

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