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Announcing International Tax Reporting and Compliance Update Seminar, to be held on September 21, 2018 in Florham Park, New Jersey

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International Tax Reporting and Compliance Update Seminar NJ CPE
International Tax Reporting and Compliance Update Seminar NJ CPE

“We developed the International Tax Reporting and Compliance Update seminar to reduce the time and risk needed to respond to the increasing demand for International tax advisory services" said Paul Wigg-Maxwell.

Wigg-Maxwell Esq., a leader in legal tax services today announced the International Tax Reporting and Compliance Update seminar on September 21, at 8:30 A.M. in Florham Park NJ.

The International Tax Reporting and Compliance Update seminar contains guidance for tax professionals to serve their clients with cross-border transactions with less risk and resources. Accountants and Attorneys may qualify for New Jersey CPE or CLE credit for the seminar.

The Internal Revenue Service proposed regulations governing the repatriation tax in August, 2018, detailing which corporate taxpayers are subject to the tax, which assets are on the hook and how to pay in installments.

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act amended section 965 of the tax code in an effort to encourage U.S. based multinational corporations to bring trillions of dollars of foreign earnings back to the U.S. at low tax rates. It is related to the 2017 filing of Form 5471, Information Return of U.S. Persons With Respect To Certain Foreign Corporations.


Time will be set aside for attendees to network and expand their resources for handling these difficult issues.

According to Mary Meeker’s 2018 Internet Trends report, cross border transactions are growing 3% faster than the Global GDP. The NY Times reports 28% of New Jersey business owners are immigrants increasing the odds a NJ CPA will deal with a client’s cross boarder transaction and assets.

Accountants, attorneys and other tax professionals will learn the latest on international tax rules for filing 2017 tax returns on extension and for the upcoming 2018 tax season.

Topics to be covered include the new Repatriation Tax which affects all U.S. companies or investors owning foreign corporations; other changes to filing international information returns and updates on FATCA and FBAR issues.

Date: Friday, September 21, 2018
Time: 8:30 AM EST

Cost: $275

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About Wigg-Maxwell

Our core mission is to design and defend tax efficient strategies for each client. For more information on the International Tax Reporting and Compliance Update seminar vcallc (973) 509—9760 or email .

 Paul Wigg-Maxwell established his practice in 1994 with an emphasis on matters relating to international business, tax, business, and estates and trust planning​. His specialized knowledge of U.S. and international tax laws​ allows him to design tax efficient positions with predictive outcomes.

Mr. Wigg-Maxwell represents businesses in the business tax matters controversies and tax litigation. He is particularly well versed in dealing with involving international or cross border transactions​.


Mr. Wigg-Maxwell is member of several professional organizations including: the American Bar Association, the New Jersey Bar Association and the New York City Bar Association.  He is the past chair of the International Organizations and Law Section of the New Jersey Bar Association.
Mr. Wigg-Maxwell has published articles and lectured on tax and trust and estate issues.  Mr. Wigg-Maxwell is active in professional organizations including the tax sections of the American Bar Association and the Bar Associations of New York and New Jersey and various local bar associations.

Mr. Wigg-Maxwell has a J.D. from Columbia University (1986) and an LL.M. in Taxation (1990) from New York University.  He is admitted to practice in New Jersey and New York.

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