4 edition of taxation of international entertainers and athletes found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 351-356).
|Series||Chartered Institute of Taxation ;, 1, Chartered Institute of Taxation (Series) ;, 1.|
|LC Classifications||K4535 .S26 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 356 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||356|
|LC Control Number||95040068|
The Taxation of International Entertainers and Athletes: All the World's a Stage provides a comprehensive and detailed analysis of the taxation of non-resident entertainers and athletes in seven countries: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States. The book deals with the many sources of income which such individuals can derive, Author: Daniel Sandler. And since we prepared over tax returns for athletes and entertainers, we are familiar with multi-state and international taxation and any applicable deductions. Our services include: Preparation of federal, state and local income tax returns; Planning and implementation of tax minimization strategies; State residency planning.
For tax years beginning prior to Decem , taxpayers generally were able to deduct 50% of the cost of meals and entertainment directly related to the active conduct of such taxpayer's. Of the nine states that don’t have state income tax, only Florida, Tennessee, Texas and Washington have pro teams, says Robert Raiola, CPA and sports and entertainment group manager for Fazio.
income derived from Nigeria by non-residents e.g. fees earned by visiting international performers in Nigeria; Nigeria does not have a special tax regime for entertainers and sportsmen. Except as. This Note analyzes the U.K. approach to taxation of income earned for U.K. performances by foreign entertainers and athletes and agrees that the country of performance is the dispositive factor in determining which country is entitled to collect income tax on the endorsement income attributable to the performance. In Part II, this Note discusses the background of the relevant U.K. tax .
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About the Author Lionel (Lon) S. Sobel is a Visiting Professor at UCLA School of Law where he teaches a course on the taxation of entertainers, athletes, and artists. Previously, he was a Professor at Southwestern Law School and Loyola Law School where he taught courses on personal income tax, business income tax, and entertainment law.
Taxation of Entertainers, Athletes, and Artists. By Lionel S Sobel. For attorneys working with entertainers, athletes, and artists, there are many complex issues affecting their income taxation, and dealing with these tax planning strategies requires special understanding and handling.
This book discusses the specialized issues affecting the income taxation of entertainers, athletes, and artists, considering both domestic and international taxation.
Taxation of Entertainers, Athletes, and Artists by Lionel S. Sobel, American Bar Association (), ISBNPaperback $ Attorneys and students alike will rejoice to discover there is such a thing as a tax book that is agreeable to read.
While tax practitioners may find Taxation of Entertainers, Athletes, and Artists overly basic, the rest of us.
Refer to Artists and Athletes (Income Code 20) in PublicationWithholding of Tax on Nonresident Aliens and Foreign Entities. A Central Withholding Agreement (CWA)is a tool that can help reduce withholding for non-resident athletes and entertainers who plan to work in the United States. Taxation of entertainers, athletes, and artists (Book, )  Get this from a library.
Taxation of entertainers, athletes, and artists. [Lionel S Sobel; American Bar Association. Generally, if you are a nonresident alien entertainer or athlete performing independent personal services or participating in athletic events in the United States, you are subject to the following special tax and withholding rules.
Payments to Foreign Athletes and Entertainers are subject to special withholding rules. Refer to Artists and Athletes (Income. This book provides a unique and detailed insight into the taxation of entertainers and sportspersons in an international context.
Read more Read less The Amazon Book Review Book recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and : Guglielmo Maisto. Taxation of Athletes and Entertainers Under the New Tax Law. Many adverse effects on the players’ pocketbooks can be mitigated or offset with decisive planning and action.
In a. This webinar will discuss ways to mitigate the tax burden for foreign athletes and entertainers. Our international taxation experts will discuss residency requirements along with structuring opportunities, tax treaty benefits, and withholding considerations for U.S.
resident and nonresident performers. Some artistes and sportsmen are 'flying birds'. Especially very famous artistes and sportsmen spread their activity - and thus their income-across several countries. Still, normally they do not have a qualified connection - a permanent establishment in the state of performance or a presence fulfilling the criteria of the days rule-to the state of source.
Taxation of Entertainers and Sportspersons Performing Abroad, comprising the proceedings and working documents of an annual seminar held in Milan in Novemberis a detailed and comprehensive study on the taxation of highly mobile individuals engaged in the artistic and sports sectors.
Certainly, the athlete's taxation can differ significantly, depending on the state's method of taxation, as well as a particular athlete's residence, sport and location of activities. Entertainers: Like athletes, states may also tax entertainers on a duty days or "performance days" method (i.e., working days within and without the state).
This book analyses the tax treatment of income received from participation in international sports competition and the extent to which double tax treaty provisions based on article 17 of the OECD Model Tax Convention can be used to regulate the taxation of international sportsmen in the context of sports mega-events.
The taxation of international entertainers and athletes: all the world's a stage / Daniel Sandler. ISBN: Author: Sandler, Daniel Publisher: The Hague: Kluwer law international, Description: XV, p. Series: Series the Chartered institute of taxation 1 Subject: Aliens Taxation.
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Government Entities. Generally, if you are a nonresident alien entertainer or athlete performing independent personal services or participating in athletic events in the United States, you are subject to 30 percent withholding of gross income. You may be able to enter into a Central Withholding Agreement (CWA) with the.
Comprehensive and detailed analysis of the taxation (including VAT aspects) of non-resident entertainers and athletes in seven countries, dealing with the many sources of income which such individuals can derive, including income from live performances, television appearances, commercials, product endorsements, royalties for record sales or "needle time", and.
Foreign athletes should, further, take heed of the Dec. 22,passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act which affects athletes, entertainers, and owners and coaches of sports teams in several ways.
Thomas Linguanti and Jason Dimopoulos examine the U.S. tax treatment of international athletes and entertainers, focusing on how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has changed the way their various types of income are allocated.
The International Resource to the Taxation of Sportsmen and Sportswomen Main menu Dr Rijkele Betten, and the Consulting Editor, Prof Dr Ian Blackshaw, of ‘Sports Law and Taxation’ would like to congratulate Athena Constantinou, the Managing Director of APC Sports Consulting, Nicosia, Cyprus, one of our regular contributors to.
Foreign athletes and entertainers, who are considered non-residents for U.S. tax purposes, are only subject to U.S.
income taxon compensation received for services rendered in the United States, as well as royalties, rents from investments in U.S. real property, dividends, interest, and income derived from U.S. business operations. Criminal tax evasion is not the only breach of law commanding attention.
Recently, an IRS official publicly confirmed that the IRS is concentrating on general U.S. income reporting and tax compliance of foreign athletes and entertainers who work in the United States.From a U.S.
tax perspective, one of the key questions for international athletes and entertainers is whether to become a U.S. income tax resident, and, thus, subject to U.S. federal taxation on their worldwide income. In some cases, such classification is unavoidable.Professional Athletes and Entertainers.
International individuals who are professional athletes and entertainers can present quite complex tax situations. Substantial information may be necessary in some cases to determine if and how a payment can be made.