TAX SEMINAR AND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
SUNDAY, MARCH 7TH AT 5PM CET VIA ZOOM.
The results of the Leadership Elections will be announced, and the newly-elected members of the Executive Committee will introduce themselves. The election is underway NOW (March 1 – 6) online. You should have received an email instructing you how to cast your ballot.
Along with our Annual General Meeting, we will have a Tax Seminar.
We have THREE speakers scheduled:
Rebecca Lammers is the chair of the Democrats Abroad UK Tax Committee and a member of the DA International Taxation Task Force. She is currently working on the first qualitative report for DA on Americans Abroad feelings and perceptions of tax issues abroad. She has participated in three DA tax "door knocks" on Capitol Hill, bringing our issues and concerns to the ears of members of Congress.
Two tax advisors--partners--who work specifically with Americans will also be with us:
Aron Epstein (CPA) studied accounting at Cleveland State University and subsequently held positions in public and non-public accounting. In 2009 Aron moved to Israel and has been working full-time in public accounting, international tax and tax planning. Aron has clients all over the world and is expert in international tax challenges, requirements as well as tax treaty issues. Aron has successfully represented clients to the IRS saving them many thousands of dollars in taxes.
Benjamin Pik (CPA) is a dual French and American certified Public Accountant admitted to practice public accounting both in France and in the US.
He holds a degree from University Paris Dauphine (France) and from Concordia University (Canada). Prior to opening his own practice, Benjamin worked for eight years in international accounting firms across North America, Middle East, and Europe where he coordinated French and foreign reporting audits, provided advisory services for governance and risk monitoring. Benjamin is involved with the American ex-pat community in France.
US Certified Public Accountant
Expert-Comptable & Commissaire aux comptes
7 Rue Theodule Ribot - 75017 Paris
Mob : 06.27.94.60.17
Their presentations will be followed by a Question and Answer session.
We request a modest donation from members for the tax seminar. Please contribute at least 10€ to our Toulouse Chapter.
Thank you!WHENMarch 07, 2021 at 5pm - 7pm Paris TimeWHEREZOOM
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The nominations period for the Toulouse Chapter Leadership Elections has now closed. The candidates for Toulouse Chapter Leadership are listed below.
All members of Democrats Abroad France Toulouse Chapter may vote in the Toulouse Chapter Leadership elections. Due to restrictions imposed by the Coronavirus, all voting will take place on line March 1-6. Toulouse chapter members will be sent a link to their ballots by subsequent email.
Election results will be announced at the DA Toulouse Chapter Annual General Meeting on March 7th at 5 p.m., which will be held via Zoom.
New members are welcome; to join Democrats Abroad, go to https://www.democratsabroad.org/join You must be a U.S. citizen living overseas and at least 18 years old at the time of the next federal election.
Join us for a conversation with Mitchell Cohen, an internationally-known political analyst, essayist and critic. From 1991 to 2009, he was co-editor of Dissent, one of the United States' leading progressive quarterlies. He is professor of political science at Baruch College of the City University of New York and the CUNY Graduate Center.
Mitchell Cohen will join Democrats Abroad France for drinks and an informal conversation about the current US political situation, the Democratic Party, its strengths and weaknesses, our prospects for the 2022 midterm elections, and the dramatic challenges we are now facing – challenges made worse by the 4-year tenure of Donald Trump.
This event will take place in person in central Paris. Details will be sent by email after you RSVP.
Celebrate Independence Day with Democrats Abroad Toulouse on Sunday July 3, from 1 to 6 pm for a Pot-Luck BBQ in Gaillac at the home of Ahmed and Farida Kebaili.Dems Abroad Toulouse will provide the hamburgers, sausages and all the fixings. Please fill in our "DA Toulouse July 3rd Potluck Survey" to tell us who is coming, what you are bringing to the potluck and how you plan to get to Gaillac (carpooling and pick up at the Gaillac train station are possibilities).
The address in Gaillac will be communicated to you by email, after rsvp'ing.
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