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Everything You Need to Know About U.S. / France Taxes for International Entrepreneurs & Expats.

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France is a very popular spot for tourists, retirees, as well as expatriates.

Americans who choose to live within France are subject to French taxation in addition to their U.S. expat tax filing obligations.

It is clearly important for U.S. expats to understand French taxes so they can effectively plan.

In this webinar, we will understand the following:

- Taxes Treaty Between the U.S. and France.

- FATCA Agreement with France.

- Interest income or dividends to report from France.

- Treatment of companies in both France and the U.S.

Taxes can be intimidating and confusing. Fortunately, there are experts to help demystify the constantly evolving tax landscape.

Join this discussion of the U.S. and France's critical tax rules and learn how you can legally minimize your tax burden internationally.

Our Speakers:

Herve Beloeuvre

CEO, Chartered Accountant of FIDUCIAIRE BELOEUVRE et ASSOCIES

Hervé Beloeuvre is the chartered accountant of Fiduciaire Beloeuvre et Associés.

He graduated from HEC and holds a University Diploma in Tax Management from the University of Burgundy.

He first worked as an organizational consultant. He has helped large companies, mostly industrial, to structure their teams and their applications in the fields of general accounting, cost accounting and management control.

Hervé Beloeuvre then joined the Havas Voyages American Express group as Organization Director, then as Financial Director of the subsidiary in charge of event travel.

He then pursued a career as financial director, notably at the Parc du Futuroscope.

He has been registered with the Order of Chartered Accountants since 2010.

In addition, Hervé Beloeuvre has chosen to invest in conflict resolution in the professional world, by practicing mediation. Mediation is an efficient and inexpensive way to resolve conflicts within and between companies, based on the identification of the needs of each party. After training at the Paris Mediation and Arbitration Center , Hervé Beloeuvre worked as a mediator and arbitrator at the Poitiers Mediation Center and in the Conciliation / Arbitration Commission of the Order of Chartered Accountants.

An important part of Fiduciaire Beloeuvre et Associés practice are English-speaking customers which he handles, whatever their country of origin (Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, France etc.), and whatever their location in France.

Derren Joseph

International Tax for Private Clients, Global Mobility, & Cross-Border Investors (US, Europe, & SE Asia)

Derren is an EA (Enrolled Agent - license # 00100858-EA) who has been admitted to practice before the IRS and is an associate member of the American Institute of CPAs (#7920958). He is the author of "Taxes for International Entrepreneurs and Expats: Proven Principles for Legally Reducing Taxes” (https://www.amazon.com/author/derrenjoseph).

A Partner in Hayden T Joseph & Co. (DBA "Advanced American Tax") also a member of the International Tax Team at Moores Rowland Asia Pacific, with over 30 offices in 12 Asian countries.

He has 2 Masters degrees in Economics. A Certified Diploma from ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants in the UK), done Executive Education with Columbia Business School. He has completed Advanced Tax coursework at both New York University and the University of London.

Derren enjoys writing and giving seminars.

He had his views published in the Singapore Business Review, Forbes Asia, the American Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia, the International Business Structuring Association (in the UK), Offshore Alert.

He also has given seminars on tax issues in the U.S., the U.K., Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, The Philippines, Portugal, Hong Kong, and the Caribbean.

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