Boston – Kenneth Freshman, CPA, Partner and Director of KLR’s Global Tax Services Group will be speaking at the American Citizens Abroad Town Hall in Geneva, Switzerland.  Ken will be joined by Guillaume Grisel, Esq., Partner at Bonnard and Lawson and Jonathan Lachowitz, CFP®, Owner of White Lighthouse Investment Management.


Key topics will include:


  1. What’s new and expected for 2017 and beyond in the IRS Tax Code under the Trump Administration, and how do these changes impact US tax filers living abroad.

  2. As an American in Switzerland, what can or should I do in terms of estate planning: last will, living will, power of attorney, prenup, etc.

  3. Retirement concerns for Americans wishing to retire in Switzerland or in the US.

  4. Financial planning and banking issues for Americans overseas.

  5. What is ACA and how it helps Americans overseas.

Details about the Town Hall:

American Citizens Abroad Global Foundation

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (CEST)

Webster University, Bellevue-Geneva, Switzerland


About American Citizens Abroad:

American Citizens Abroad's (ACA, Inc.) mission is to educate, advocate and inform both the US Government and US Citizens living and working overseas on issues of concern to the overseas US Citizen community.  The US State Department estimates this community to be nearly 9 million strong.


About KLR

KLR is a premier provider of international tax services to middle market companies and works with both foreign-based companies moving to the U.S. market as well as domestic companies that do business around the world. The KLR GlobalTax group is available to assist clients with any tax issues pertaining to either inbound or outbound tax issues, both from a corporate perspective as well as for multinational families. Those issues may include the IRS’ Voluntary Disclosure Program, planning for intellectual property transfers, transfer pricing, export incentives, and global restructuring projects.