How to do estate planning for international clients

04/9/2012 | Tax Adviser, The · Journal of Accountancy

Clients with assets located around the world face unique estate-planning challenges. Issues to consider include residency, estate and gift taxes, and taxes on property transferred to non-U.S. citizens. Estate taxes may apply to overseas property owned by individuals who are citizens or domiciled in the U.S. as well as property in the U.S. that is owned by noncitizens.

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