Invitation for conferences

Invitation for conferences



We cordially invite you to a seminar on:

U.S. Tax Reporting Requirements

for U.S. citizens and Green Card holders who are residents of Israel

and How to Solve Compliance Problems

Thursday, December 15, 2011, 16:30 - 18:30
Dan Hotel, 99 Hayarkon St., Tel-Aviv

Ehud Kisch, CPA (U.S., Israel)
Managing Partner at Kisch & Co. CPAs

Attorney Dave Wolf (U.S., Israel)
Partner at Hacohen Wolf Law Offices

To be discussed:

•    What are the tax reporting requirements for U.S. citizens and green card holders living
 outside the U.S.?
•    How to avoid costly mistakes in tax planning and reporting?
•    What is the policy of the IRS regarding non-reporting of income or assets abroad?
•    How to solve compliance problems of non-filing or incomplete filings in the U.S.?
Alternative procedure to the "voluntary disclosure", implications of renouncing
U.S. citizenship,  the "voluntary disclosure" procedure.

Lectures will be both in Hebrew and English.
Event cost: 150 Shekels (incl. VAT) per person.
Limited numbers of seats available, please reserve early.
Reservations may be made by email: [email protected]
or by telephone: 03-695-2341

Ehud Kisch, CPA (USA, Israel) - Managing Partner at Kisch & Co. CPAs.
Ehud Kisch is a CPA certified in Israel and in the U.S.  Ehud has over 20 years of practical experience in international taxation and is an expert in U.S. – Israeli taxation.  Ehud is the managing partner of Kisch & Co. CPAs which specializes in Israeli and American tax planning, compliance and representation with of the tax authorities in both countries.  Ehud is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). A member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Israel and a member of  the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).  Ehud has authored professional articles and lectures on the subject of U.S. - Israel taxation.

Attorney Dave Wolf (USA, Israel) - Partner at Hacohen Wolf Law Offices
Dave is a member of the New York State Bar Association's Tax Section and the Israel Bar Association. He provides tax advice on cross-border transactions of all types including international commercial tax planning and regulatory indirect taxes such as value added tax; advice on individual tax planning for high net-worth individuals, including estate planning and life insurance solutions; advice on U.S. Offshore Compliance for individuals and corporations and IRS and Israeli Voluntary Disclosure Procedures. Dave is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School and University of Leiden Law School, the Netherlands.