AMERICAN CLUB OF MADRID Three Timely Events this February!


Three timely events this month!

REMEMBER! You must register for ALL of the events on Eventbrite:
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February Happy Hour
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (CET)
Village Tap Room |
Calle de Martín de los Heros, 28 | 28008 Madrid | Spain

Ryan Day has done it again! Join us as we happy hour at one of Madrid’s newest craft beer spots!
One copa/cana and tapas included. PLUS, we promise great networking opportunities galore!
THIS JUST IN! Raffles are for members only! Not a member? It is just 100 euros for the year….that includes free happy hours and discounts on other events.
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Need to know February Seminar: Investing as an American Abroad
Thursday, February 21, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (CET)
Universidad San Pablo CEU |
Calle Julián Romea, 23 | (Fac. Económicas y Empresariales) |
28003 Madrid

Investing as an American Abroad: What You Need to Know Now to Grow Your Savings and Avoid Conflicts with the IRS: Why you must be aware of PFICs (US-based mutual funds can be a major problem!) Manage currency risk in your investment portfolio. Tax optimization, compliance requirements, how to navigate the complexity that prevents you from investing effectively as an American Abroad. Be aware of how your US retirement accounts will be tax abroad. Be aware of the basics of cross-border probate for American abroad. Learn of efficient, effective and fully compliant alternative for investment as an American Abroad.
David Kuenzi (Thun Financial Advisors, Madison WI)
James Levy (Clearwater Private Investment, Luxemburg )
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Need to Know February Seminar: Fiscal Obligations for US Citizens residents in Spain
Thursday, February 28, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (CET)
Sagardoy Abogados |
Calle Tutor, 24 | 28008 Madrid | Spain

Everything you need to know about taxes in Spain and in the U.S.A. for your tax returns 2018.
TCJA – Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. Trump’s Fiscal reform applied to individuals. Form 1040: Worldwide income, possible deductions and exclusions. FBAR and FATCA implications. Tax residence of the expatriate and its taxation for IRPF and IRNR. New tax breaks for next year. Treaty on no double taxation implications. Beckham Law. Modelo 720 report of foreign assets.
Alejandra Pastor – Sagardoy Abogados, Madrid
Antonio Rodriguez – US Tax Consultants, Madrid
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