Drucker & Cole Present to the Southern California Korean- American CPA Society
Pam Drucker and Richard Cole presented a speech titled Coming to and Leaving America to the Korean-American CPA Society of Southern California (KACPA) today. The speech covered US income tax residency, basis on immigrants’ assets, withholding on U.S. residents, FATCA and expatriation.
These topics are of special interest to the Los Angeles Korean community, which has seen a large migration of Koreans to the US as well as a number of individuals considering expatriation back to Korea, given the increasing U.S. and California tax burdens.
The Korean- American CPA Society of Southern California (KACPA) has over 300 CPA members in Southern California. Over the past 31 years, KACPA has been a source of education, professional and social networking for Korean American CPAs, holding monthly seminars for their members. This month's seminar took place November 21 at the So Hyang Restaurant in Los Angeles, CA, and focused on international taxation - basis & expatriation issues; final tangible property regulations; social security administration - programs & benefits; and cash flow statement issues.
Pam Drucker has over 13 years of experience advising clients on domestic and international tax matters. Her clients have included closely-held businesses, middle-market companies and high net worth individuals.
Dick Cole has over 27 years of experience in tax practice, primarily in the areas of corporate, reorganization and international tax matters. He has extensive experience with manufacturing and distribution, high tech and personal service businesses.
November 21, 2013
Los Angeles, CA