NEW YORK (TIP): Increased international mobility of both capital and labor in recent years has forced advanced countries to examine their fiscal policies from international perspective. In this age of globalization, cross-border matters have become of great concern to individuals. Citizen of other countries, at times, move to the USA or own assets here, and U.S. Citizens often move or own assets outside the United States.
“Indian Americans, as an immigrant community to the USA, are greatly affected with this spur in globalization as most still own vast assets, particularly real estate back home in India,” said Attorney Anand Ahuja.
“As with owning assets outside USA, the Indian American community is at greater risks, therefore, any sale-purchase of real estate in India, estate, gift or tax planning should be considered from international perspective than just domestically,” Attorney Ahuja continued.
GOPIO-New York and the Indian American Kerala Center will discuss these issues at an open interactive session on Sunday, October 21st starting at 2 p.m. at the Kerala Center (1824 Fairfaxt St., Elmont, NY). The speakers are Attorney Anand Ahuja and Pambayan Meyyan MBA, Sr. Vice President of Forest Hills Group. The session will be chaired by Dr. Thomas Abraham, Founder President of the Global Organization of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO) International.
“This is a great opportunity to discuss these issues in a community forum and develop strategies for a community campaign and reach out to the Govt. of India and the state governments on NRI property issues back home,” said Dr. Abraham For registration, contact: The Kerala Center, Tel: 203-358-2000, email@example.com.