Professional Planning to Work Abroad (or Coming Home)
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Register by March 31, 2017
Planning to go abroad for work? Navigation of residency issues is complex and difficult to implement in Canada and in foreign jurisdictions. Some of the issues you may need to deal with include:
- Overseas Employment Tax Credit
- Moving 401K and IRA back to Canada
- Disclosure of international assets (T1135).
There are many issues to consider when becoming a non-resident because Canadian expatriates face more and more rigorous tax regulations. You need to consider your investment and currency strategies, banking, logistics, and more. The international investment environment is exceptionally dynamic, with intensified compliance and regulatory standards. Wealth planning is critical in this situation and should not be overlooked.
Other concerns that need to be addressed include how to adapt culturally overseas and planning for your return back to Canada.
This seminar will provide you with alerts and strategies for all these issues.
Tom Boleantu, B.A., P.Geol., is a Professional Retirement Consultant, and CEO of Expatriate Group International Planning. For the past 26 years, the Expatriate Group has assisted over 2,000 Canadians moving to or from more than 50 countries. The unique service at one location can address and implement all expatriate tax planning needs prior to departure, during the offshore contract and following return to retirement. Tom Boleantu studied geology at McMaster University and worked in exploration geology for 25 years before entering the financial services industry.
Mo Ahmad has over 17 years of experience providing tax advice to corporate and individual clients in cross-border situations. He has lived in a number of different countries so he knows first-hand what it means to relocate. As well, he has visited over 60 countries. He is a lawyer by training and has worked in the accounting field for the majority of his career.
Windsor Conference Centre
Tom Boleantu, P.Geol.
|Recommended for||Members considering working abroad|
|Registration Deadline||March 31, 2017|