While it is generally clear-cut whether or not an individually owned foreign account needs to be reported on an FBAR, it is less obvious when a foreign account owned by an entity needs to be reported—either by the entity itself or by some individual associated with the entity. This course is intended to provide guidance on FBAR filing obligations in these less-obvious contexts.
During the course of his almost 30-year legal career, Ian Weinstock has built a practice that spans the range of trusts, estates and personal tax planning issues, including sophisticated estate planning techniques for ultra-high net worth individuals; choice-of-entity issues and succession planning for small businesses; philanthropic planning; the administration of decedents’ estates; and advising fiduciaries and beneficiaries on all aspects of trust administration. With extensive in-house experience at major U.S. financial institutions, he advises corporate fiduciaries on all aspects of their businesses, including trust acceptance policies and procedures, corporate governance, regulatory compliance, trust administration and tax reporting, as well as advising private banking/wealth management institutions on a wide range of fiduciary and trust-related matters.
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