Nine additional speakers – including American Citizens Abroad's legal counsel Charles Bruce, Dunhill Financial's Brian Dunhill, and Waverton Investment Management director Andrew Vaughan-Payne – have been added to the line-up for the Democrats Abroad U.K.'s first-ever "Tax Day" next month.
As reported, the day-long event is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 5 in London in a conference room located in the David Game College complex on 31 Jewry Street, near Aldgate High Street and Tower Hill.
The other six just-announced speakers are Tanager Wealth Management partner David Costello; Everfair Tax managing director and head of private client tax services Gillian Everall; Association of Americans Resident Overseas president Neil Kearney; Expat Global Tax senior US/UK tax consultant Tariq Javed; Butler Snow attorney Chris McLemore; Frank Hirth director Jeffrey Gould; and Partners Wealth Management partner and head of international Nathan Prior.
The DAUK Tax Day will begin around 10:30 am and run until around 5 pm, DAUK said.
As reported, the other speakers confirmed thus far include Kristopher Heck, managing partner, Tanager Wealth Management; George King, senior wealth manager, MASECO; Jack Leuchtman, regional federal benefits administrator, Social Security Administration; Susan Shriver, tax consultant and former IRS executive; David Treitel, founder and managing director, American Tax Returns Ltd; and Liz Zitzow, managing director, British American Tax.
Among the topics they are expected to address will include tax and financial planning, Social Security issues for expatriate Americans, and other elements of what the DAUK calls the "tax-filing obligations and the financial complexities that accompany being an American abroad."
Addresses by DAUK chair Inge Kjemtrup and DAUK tax committee chair Rebecca Lammers will kick off the day's presentations.
To register (tickets are £40 each, £20 for concessions), click here.
The DAUK says that it is unable itself to provide tax advice to event participants, and urges anyone who needs such advice to consult a professional tax adviser, accountant or tax return preparer.
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