Category: United States Taxation of Foreign Investors

Mr Lehman represents numerous Americans working and investing outside the United States taking full advantage of another unique set of tax laws. Americans investing and working outside of the United States may benefit from excluding certain income earned outside of the

Tagged with:

It is important to understand, once you become a United States tax resident you are subject to income tax on your worldwide income like every other American. First of all, we are talking about the Non-Resident Alien. . . .

Tagged with:

Alert foreign investors to a unique tax advantage that defers gain from taxation when real estate is exchanged for other real estate of a higher value.

Tagged with: ,

Foreign Investors General Taxation – America – A Tax Haven For International Investors

The United States of America today is the investor’s dream.

Tagged with:

Richard S. Lehman Esq., has created a collection of short videos that help explain the complexities of United States taxation of foreign investors. Simply press play and watch them all in order.  This video collection starts with . . .the

Tagged with:

Income Tax Non Resident Alien Individuals and Foreign Corporations (“Foreign Investors”) that invest in U.S. real estate are taxed similar to U.S. Individual Taxpayers and U.S. Corporations on their U.S. real estate income.  We will use the term “Foreign Investors”

Tagged with:

. . .U.S. estate taxes may be completely avoided if the individual foreign investor owns a foreign corporation that may in turn own the U.S. real estate.

Tagged with: , , ,

This is principally an article about tax planning for the non resident alien individual and foreign corporate investor that is planning for larger size investments in United States real estate (“Foreign Investor”). That is investments of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000)

Tagged with: , , , , , ,

Non Resident Alien Individuals and United States Income Tax QUESTION: The U.S. has a special tax regime for individuals who are not “tax residents” of the United States. What is the definition of a “nonresident Alien” for U.S. tax purposes?

Tagged with: , ,