At the next meeting of the Luncheon Series of the International Fiscal Association, USA Branch, Westchester County, NY/Connecticut Region Andrew Mitchel will be the key speaker. The meeting will be held on Thursday February 8th. During the meeting, there will be an in-depth discussion of the new Global Intangible Low-Tax Income ("GILTI") regime imposed by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
The meeting is at the Hyatt Regency (in the Pemberwick room) in Greenwich, CT and will begin at 12 noon and end no later than 2 PM. A three-course lunch will be served. Participants will be entitled to CPE and CLE credits. If you have not joined the Luncheon Series, the cost for attending individual meetings is $50. You do not need to sign-up in advance so if your calendar opens up next Thursday, please come and join us.
Andrew is the main author of this blog and his firm, Andrew Mitchel LLC, provides U.S. tax advice to businesses and individuals with cross‐border activities. With over 28 years of experience as a tax advisor, Andrew has vast knowledge on the taxation of cross-border activities. He is a frequent speaker before numerous professional organizations, he maintains a website with an ever-increasing number of tax charts (currently 900+ charts) and publishes tax flowcharts at Tax-Charts.com. He is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Quinnipiac University School of Law where he teaches International Tax. Andrew also has many IRS form and tax videos on his YouTube channel, including a recently published video on "GILTI".