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Inbound Taxation: Foreign Taxpayers Engaged in U.S. Business

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  • Robert F. Klueger (J.D., LL.M) is a Certified Tax Law Specialist (State Bar Board of Legal Specialization) and is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell (highest possible rating). He is the author of numerous books and scholarly articles on asset protection and tax planning. Mr. Klueger is one of the very few private attorneys in America who has argued a tax case before the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Klueger is a frequent lecturer on asset protection for the California Bar Association and various other groups. A practicing attorney since 1974, he is a member of the bars of the United States Supreme Court, the United States Tax Court and the state bars of California, New York and Colorado.

Presented by: Robert F. Klueger, J.D., LL.M., Attorney at Klueger and Stein, LLP

This presentation deals with how the United States taxes the activities of foreigners who conduct activities or have investments in the United States. A  nonresident alien is taxed on income that is “effectively connected to the conduct of a United States trade or business.“ They are not subject to United States taxation on worldwide activities.  It is possible to plan so that a nonresident alien in the United States is not, for purposes of regular United States taxation, engaged in the conduct of a trade or business.

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