The 7520 rate for November 2017 increased to 2.4%.
The November 2017 Applicable Federal Interest Rates can be found here.
London Partner, Dyke Arboneaux, was profiled in The Private Client Global Elite 2017 – a special publication of Legal Week compiled every five years in recognition of the top 200 private client and trust practitioners across Europe, the U.S. and Asia.Arboneaux advises on the international aspects of U.S. tax matters and estate planning, with a particular specialty in planning for clients who are exposed to multiple tax systems. She leads a team of FATCA specialists within Bryan Cave who have extensive experience advising small to medium-sized trust companies, private investment funds, and complex private trust and company structures on FATCA compliance.
Those included in the publication were celebrated at a gala dinner on Oct. 4. This is the second time Arboneaux has been featured in The Private Client Global Elite; she
Bryan Cave is recognized in Chambers High Net Worth (HNW) 2017 guide. Now in its second edition, the HNW guide covers the private wealth market in key jurisdictions around the world and features the world’s leading high net worth advisers.
Firm Rankings Georgia – Private Wealth Law (Band 2) Missouri – Private Wealth Law (Band 1)
London (Firms) Dyke Arboneaux (Foreign Expert for USA)
Click here to view the High Net Worth guide.
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In light of this week’s $448 million lottery jackpot – the 7th largest in Powerball history – the following is a re-posting of our blog entry from January 12, 2016. If you ever do hit it big, make sure to do everything you can to avoid the “curse of the lottery.”
With up to $1.4 Billion at stake in Wednesday’s Powerball, those who play the lottery are busy making plans for what to do with all the money they may win. If you win it, you won’t ever have to worry about money again – right?
Written by Emily Manns and originally posted on BryanCaveCharityLaw.com
Every year, the IRS issues its “Dirty Dozen” Tax Scams list, a compilation of tactics and devices used by scam artists against taxpayers. While the threat exists year-round, the IRS promulgates the list ahead of filing season. As susceptible taxpayers prepare their returns, they face a higher risk of being targeted.