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LONDON SEMINAR: Considering Renouncing Your US Citizenship?  

Moodys Gartner Tax Law | London | rsvp@moodysgartner.com

Cayman Captive Forum 2017  

IMAC | Ritz Carlton Hotel, Grand Cayman

The New Era of Taxation: How to Remain on Top in a World of Constant Evolution  

International Bar Association | (Venue TBA) Buenos Aires, Argentina

Institute on State and Local Taxation (New York University)  

NYU School of Professional Studies | Grand Hyatt Hotel, New York City, USA

International Taxation Conference 2017 (Mumbai)  

IFBD | Mumbai, India
















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LONDON SEMINAR: Considering renouncing your US citizenship?

Complimentary seminar presented by: Alexander Marino JD, LLM (US TAX)

On July 1, 2014, the US's Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) went into effect, and as a result, it will become increasingly difficult to renounce your US citizenship for the "right reasons" and avoid any negative consequences.

All evidence suggests that now may be the time to consider renouncing, however, the process can be complex and daunting. It is essential to ensure that you renounce properly. If not done correctly, you may be subject to the US Exit Tax or barred from ever entering the US again.

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On Saturday, November 18th, 2017, Moodys Gartner Tax Law will present a complimentary seminar on the main topics of interest in consideration of renouncing your US citizenship tailored to residents of the UK, including:

  • Pros and cons of renouncing US citizenship
  • Avoiding the US Exit Tax
  • How to avoid becoming barred from the US
  • Consequences of renouncing US citizenship if proposed law ultimately passes

Date: Saturday,November 18, 2017

Time:  10 a.m. – 12 p.m. GMT

The Savoy Fairmont
United Kingdom


Register online through Eventbrite  or email  rsvp@moodysgartner.com