Best International Tax Law Books
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1. Nomad Capitalist: How to Reclaim Your Freedom with Offshore Bank Accounts, Dual Citizenship, Foreign Companies, and Overseas Investments
Author: by Andrew Henderson
The world has changed forever,- Governments have expanded their reach over their citizens’ lives. Power is being consolidated by an elite few, and- The world economy has become more volatile and unpredictable. Meanwhile, the internet, a globalizing world economy, and the emergence of the developing world all present opportunities to any businessman or investor willing to make simple changes to their life.
Geography is no longer a limitation for those willing to follow Andrew Henderson’s Five Magic Words’ and Go where you’re treated best. As the world’s most sought-after expert on offshore tax planning, second passports, and global citizenship – cited by the BBC, Bloomberg, Forbes, CNN, and more – Andrew has condensed the last ten years of his investigative world travel into an unprecedented book to show entrepreneurs and investors another way to live that will enable them to keep more of their own money, live where they want, become citizens of the world, and improve their lives and the planet.Direct.Honest.Experienced.Unapologetic.Practical.Transparent.Even funny.
2. Expat Secrets: How To Pay Zero Taxes, Live Overseas & Make Giant Piles of Money
Author: by Mikkel Thorup
Mikkel Thorup draws on his 20+ years of overseas experience to bring you a complete guide to living overseas, saving money on taxes, obtaining a second passport and travelling the world as an Expat. This book will save you years of trial and error and will give you a comprehensive blueprint to planting flags around the globe.
If Secret Vaults in Asia, Offshore Bank Accounts in Belize, Hardwood Plantations in Central America, Real Estate in China and Business Class Travel around the world excite you then this is the book for you. Expat Secrets is filled with timeless knowledge stemming from his travels to more than 100 countries Mikkel brings you a No-BS approach to the offshore markets.
Mikkel Thorup hosts the popular podcast The Expat Money Show and has interviewed successful Entrepreneurs like legendary investor Jim Rogers and Oren Klaff author of Pitch Anything. See what others in the offshore markets are saying about Expat Secrets:”In ‘Expat Secrets’ Mikkel elegantly describes the many benefits that accrue to those that choose their country of residence and provides practical and timely tips and examples for doing so…
3. How To Do A Section 1031 Like Kind Exchange: Simultaneous, Delayed, Reverse, Construction
Author: by Michael Lantrip
Anderson Logan, LLC
Top Real Estate Investors use Section 1031 instead of paying taxes on Capital Gains and Depreciation Recapture. And then they use the IRS’s money to buy additional property.You can too. Learn how to: *Keep all of your profits, tax-deferred. Use IRS money to buy more property.
Do Owner Financing within a Section 1031 Exchange. Buy and Rehab without selling first. Buy multiple Replacement Properties. 6X your personal property Depreciation. Close on an incomplete construction. Do a partially-tax-deferred Exchange. Access your Equity tax-free. Use Section 121 and Section 1031 together.
Make a Vacation Home an investment. Refinance, die, and eliminate all deferred taxes. This is a clear over-the-shoulder look at the steps involved in a Simultaneous, Delayed, Reverse, and Construction Exchange, with real-life Examples, and results explained with actual numbers.
The book will serve you well as a Real Estate Investor, regardless of where your interest lies. Negotiating Real Estate.Rental Property.Fix and Flip.Financial Freedom.Great Deals.Flipping Houses. Estimating Rehab Costs. Investing in Foreclosures. Buying Without Cash or Credit.Multi-Family.
4. Your Best Business Entity For Real Estate Investing: LLC, S Corp, C Corp, Partnership, or DBA?
Author: by Michael Lantrip
The biggest mistake made by Real Estate Investors is not using a Business Entity. The second biggest mistake is using the wrong one. Read this book before you start investing. If you’ve already started, STOP, and read this book. Learn how to select the best Entity for you, stack Entities to maximize profit, use multiple Entities for more protection, convert one entity into another, double your Charging Order protection, make your assets judgment-proof, make yourself judgment-proof, and much, much more.
Real Estate Investing is a whole new ballgame, and the rules have changed. This book will serve the interest of a Real Estate Investor, regardless of where your interest lies, Negotiating Real Estate, Rental Property, Fix and Flip, Financial Freedom, Great Deals, Flipping Houses, Estimating Rehab Costs, Investing in Foreclosures, Buying Without Cash or Credit, Multi-Family, Managing Rental Property, Rehab Investing, Property Management, Section 1031 Exchange, Triple Net Lease, Delaware Statutory Trust, Real Estate Exam, Lease Agreements, Apartment Rentals, Self Directed IRA, Lowering Your Taxes, Business Tax Deductions, Tax Strategies, Real Estate Finance, Money Lending, Real Estate License, Due Diligence, REIN, NNN, Real Estate Development, Mortgage Broker, Rental Agreement, Apartment Buildings, Site Selection, Loopholes, Limited Liability Companies, Limited Partnerships, Tax Free Income, or Exchanging Properties.
5. The Panama Papers: Breaking the Story of How the Rich and Powerful Hide Their Money
Author: by Frederik Obermaier
March 30, 2017
From the winners of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting 11. 5 million documents sent through encrypted channels. The secret records of 214,000 offshore companies. The largest data leak in history. In early 2015, an anonymous whistle-blower led investigative journalists Bastian Obermayer and Frederik Obermaier into the shadow economy where the super-rich hide billions of dollars in complex financial networks.
Thus began the ground-breaking investigation that saw an international team of 400 journalists work in secret for a year to uncover cases involving heads of state, politicians, businessmen, big banks, the mafia, diamond miners, art dealers and celebrities. A real-life thriller, The Panama Papers is the gripping account of how the story of the century was exposed to the world.
6. U.S. Taxes For Worldly Americans: The Traveling Expat's Guide to Living, Working, and Staying Tax Compliant Abroad
Author: by Olivier Wagner
The Amazon Expat Tax Bestseller, Now Updated for 2021. Are you a citizen of the United States who lives abroad? You probably know America is one of only two countries that taxes its citizens on their worldwide income, regardless of where they live or work.
If you’re thinking about becoming a digital nomad or expatriating to another country, do you know how to avoid paying unfair taxes on your income while abroad? There may be huge penalties and tax evasion charges if you don’t file correctly.
By combining the right strategies for citizenship, residency, banking, incorporation, and physical presence in other countries, most Americans abroad can legally lower their U.S.Tax owing to $0.In U.S. Taxes for Worldly Americans, Certified Public Accountant, U.S.
Immigrant, expat, and perpetual traveler Olivier Wagner shows you how to use 100% legal strategies (beyond traditionally maligned tax havens) to keep your income and assets safe from the IRS. Olivier covers a wealth of international tax information updated for 2021, including: Step-by-step instructions for the Forms and Schedules you will use to file your offshore tax, no matter where you are.
7. Choice, The: A Fable of Free Trade and Protection
Author: by Russell Roberts
Written as a novel, the book makes the complex concepts, issues and terminology of international trade understandable for students. Professors complain that their students cannot grasp the nature of how some economic tools are used or how they work in life.
This novel bridges the gap of concepts with applications by use of a fictional story. David Ricardo comes to life to discuss international trade theory and policy with Ed Johnson, a fictional American television manufacturer seeking trade protection from television manufacturers.
Their dialogue is a sophisticated, rigorous discussion of virtually every major issue in trade theory and policy. To illustrate the positive and normative effects of international trade and trade policy, Ricardo takes the reader and Ed Johnson into the future to see an America of free trade and an America of complete self-sufficiency.
The fictional element brings these topics to life so that students gain the intuition and understanding of how trade changes the lives of people and the industries they work in. The fundamental intuition of how international markets function including general equilibrium effects and policy analysis is provided.
8. Treasure Islands: Uncovering the Damage of Offshore Banking and Tax Havens
Author: by Nicholas Shaxson
A thrilling ride inside the world of tax havens and corporate mastermindsWhile the United States experiences recession and economic stagnation and European countries face bankruptcy, experts struggle to make sense of the crisis. Nicholas Shaxson, a former correspondent for the Financial Times and The Economist, argues that tax havens are a central cause of all these disasters.
In this hard hitting investigation he uncovers how offshore tax evasion, which has cost the U.S. 100 billion dollars in lost revenue each year, is just one item on a long rap sheet outlining the damage that offshoring wreaks on our societies.
In a riveting journey from Moscow to London to Switzerland to Delaware, Shaxson dives deep into a vast and secret playground where bankers and multinational corporations operate side by side with nefarious tax evaders, organized criminals and the world’s wealthiest citizens.
Tax havens are where all these players get to maximize their own rewards and leave the middle class to pick up the bill. With eye opening revelations, Treasure Islands exposes the culprits and its victims, and shows how:*Over half of world trade is routed through tax havens*The rampant practices that precipitated the latest financial crisis can be traced back to Wall Street’s offshoring practices*For every dollar of aid we send to developing countries, ten dollars leave again by the backdoorThe offshore system sits much closer to home than the pristine tropical islands of the popular imagination.
9. How to Avoid Taxes (LEGALLY): Discover 7 Ways Rich People Use to Reduce or Eliminate their Taxes
Author: by ARX Reads
Why the rich don’t pay taxes? That has been one of the questions that a lot of people don’t fully understand. If the socio-economic class pays taxes, why do the rich escape without paying theirs? Well, this book uncovers the number of ways many of the wealthiest people within the world use to reduce or eliminate their taxes.
10. Penny Stock: Trading QuickStart Guide – The Simplified Beginner's Guide to Penny Stock Trading (QuickStart Guides™ – Finance)
Author: by ClydeBank Finance
ClydeBank Media LLC
Penny Stock Trading, SimplifiedFor those who know how to pick the winners, penny stock investing offers an exciting, lucrative opportunity. In Penny Stock Trading QuickStart Guide you’ll learn how to avoid the pitfalls, manage the risks, and secure the fortunes that lay ripe and waiting within this exciting market.
As is true with all titles from ClydeBank Media, Penny Stock Trading QuickStart Guide provides superior value in an easy-to-read, informative format. You’ll learn how to weed out the bad offers and close in on the stocks with maximum potential.
You’ll see how savvy investors size up the vitality of a company, from its executive board to its operating cash flow ratio. Penny Stock Trading QuickStart Guide is the perfect book both for newcomers to the penny stock game and for veterans looking to shore up or refine their fundamental approach.
If you’re looking to acquire the knowledge you need to make the right buy at the right time, and if you’re ready to realize huge profits at sell-off time, then this book is a must-have.Happy trading! You’ll Learn:How to know when a hot tip is the real deal, or just hot airHow to shop for penny stocks using critical financial investment metrics such as price-to-book, price-to-sales, market capitalization etc.
11. PassKey Learning Systems EA Review Part 1, Individual Taxation: Enrolled Agent Study Guide 2018-2019 Edition (HARDCOVER)
Author: by Richard Gramkow
This study guide is designed for test-takers who will take their exams in the 2018-2019 Prometric EA Exam testing window (May 1, 2018 through February 28, 2019). Learn how to become an Enrolled Agent with PassKey’s comprehensive EA Review study program, newly-revised and thoroughly updated for the current tax year.
The hundreds of targeted questions and answers will prepare you for the EA exam offered during the May 1, 2018, to February 28, 2019, testing window. This year’s edition includes the sweeping last-minute tax law changes of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), which was signed into law on December 22, 2017.
This is an in-depth study guide for Part 1 of the IRS Enrolled Agent exam. Using simple-to-understand language and numerous concrete examples, this study guide helps demystify complex tax law. Part 1: Individuals covers taxable and nontaxable income; filing requirements; adjustments, deductions, and credits; basis; capital gains and losses; rental income; estate and gift taxes; retirement plans; and much more.
12. Taxes for International Entrepreneurs and Expats: Proven Principles for Legally Reducing Taxes
Author: by Derren Joseph
The point of this book is to EMPOWER you, as an International Entrepreneur as you work with your advisors to CREATE a plan that MINIMIZES your tax burden and PROTECT your wealth. Tax planning uses current laws to legally reduce taxes.
Some International Entrepreneurs get nervous when they hear about offshore bank accounts, foreign companies and taking advantage of tax treaties. This book EQUIPS you with the legal tools to improve your tax efficiency as an International entrepreneur. In a competitive landscape, it’s important to consider every possible edge.
If you don’t consider this source of competitive advantage, remember that your competitors will.
13. International Taxation (AICPA)
Author: by Adnan Islam
Whether your organization is contemplating a global move or is already involved in international business, you need to know about the activities that create multi-jurisdictional tax exposure and the required tax reporting for each relevant jurisdiction. Information is provided for Tax Reform and the impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, this guide covers international tax terminology and regulations that apply to a U.S.
Entity involved in global operations, or for a foreign entity doing business in the United States. Key topics include: Export income Receipts in foreign currency Allocation and apportionment of deductions U.S. Foreign tax credit fundamentals and special rules Initiation of foreign operations Foreign branches and affiliated companies Sale of use of tangible property Foreign business operations in the United States Foreign business sales of tangible property in the United States Foreign business provision of services in the United States Exploitation of business assets outside of the United States Use of foreign tangible/intangible property in the United States U.S.
14. Imposing Standards: The North-South Dimension to Global Tax Politics (Cornell Studies in Money)
Author: by Martin Hearson
In Imposing Standards, Martin Hearson shifts the focus of political rhetoric regarding international tax rules from tax havens and the Global North to the damaging impact of this regime on the Global South. Even when not exploited by tax dodgers, international tax standards place severe limits on the ability of developing countries to tax businesses, denying the Global South access to much-needed revenue.
The international rules that allow tax avoidance by multinational corporations have dominated political debate about international tax in the United States and Europe, especially since the global financial crisis of 20072008. Hearson asks how developing countries willingly gave up their right to tax foreign companies, charting their assimilation into an OECD-led regime from the days of early independence to the present day.
Based on interviews with treaty negotiators, policymakers and lobbyists, as well as observation at intergovernmental meetings, archival research, and fieldwork in Africa and Asia, Imposing Standards shows that capacity constraints and imperfect negotiation strategies in developing countries were exploited by capital-exporting states, shielding multinationals from taxation and depriving nations in the Global South of revenue they both need and deserve.
15. Handbook of International Economics
Author: by Gita Gopinath
February 22, 2014
What conclusions can be drawn from recent advances in international trade and international macroeconomics? New datasets, theoretical models, and empirical studies have resulted in fresh questions about the world trade and payment system. These chapters-six on trade and six on international macroeconomics-reveal the richness that researchers have uncovered in recent years.
The chapters on foreign trade present, among other subjects, new integrated multisector analytical frameworks, the use of gravity equations for the estimation of trade flows, the role of domestic institutions in shaping comparative advantage, and international trade agreements. On international macroeconomics, chapters explore the relation between exchange rates and other macroeconomic variables; risk sharing, allocation of capital across countries, and current account dynamics; and sovereign debt and financial crises.
By addressing new issues while enabling deeper and sharper analyses of old issues, this volume makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the global economy. Systematically illuminates and interprets recent developments in research on international trade and international macroeconomicsFocuses on newly developing questions and opportunities for future researchPresents multiple perspectives on ways to understand the global economy