Ken Ahl Featured in Oxford Club Newsletter Discussing The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act

On June 18, 2014, Kenneth Ahl, Esq., a Partner in Archer P.C.’s Philadelphia office, gave a presentation in Istanbul before the Oxford Club on the topic of The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).

The Oxford Club is an independent financial organization with members in more than 100 different countries and affiliated clubhouses around the world.

Founded in 1989, The Oxford Club provides top-rated investment research and has a long tradition of providing members with unique opportunities for market-beating returns, as well as strategies for achieving and preserving long-lasting wealth. Mr. Ahl’s presentation was part of the Club’s “June 2014 Financial Discovery Tour” in Greece and Turkey.

Mr. Ahl’s seminar, titled “Gotcha! The IRS Hunt for Unreported Foreign Income”, highlighted the steps IRS has taken since 2008 to encourage compliance with IRS reporting rules and how it has gone after advisors and institutions that were helping US citizens and residents evade tax. The discussion also described the reach of FATCA and the implications it has for Americans living abroad and for those taxpayers who have not complied with US reporting requirements.

Ken’s expertise on the subject was sought out and featured in the latest Oxford Club Newsletter, which can be read here.

Mr. Ahl’s concentrates his practice in the area of taxation, business and individual tax planning, estate planning, trust and estate administration and tax litigation. He practices before the Internal Revenue Service representing clients in a variety of matters, including audits, refund claims, ruling requests, collection matters and tax litigation. Ken provides sophisticated tax and business planning for business entities, nonprofit organizations and individuals at the Federal, State and local level.