Tax Benefits of Exporting Via an IC-DISC

conducted by

John Huddle, Esq. & Founding Partner

The Global Law Group, Richmond, Virginia

Friday, April 5, 2013

10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Monmouth University

Turrell Boardroom, Bey Hall Room 201, 2nd Floor

$45 includes buffet lunch. Registration at 9:30 a.m.

Join us as Mr. John Huddle, Esq. conducts an informal export workshop on the tax benefits attained through setting up and exporting via “Interest-Charge Domestic International Sales Corporations” (IC – DISCs). IC – DISCs, created by Congress, can help you by:

  • Reducing federal tax rates on export sales income almost 50% since an IC – DISC converts ordinary income taxed at up to 39% to qualified dividends taxed at 20% under the 2013 tax law.
  • Providing indefinite deferral of federal income tax on up to $10 million export income per year, paying interest on the deferred tax at the T-bill rate, an almost no-interest export working capital loan.

Mr. Huddle is a former chair and member of the Virginia – Washington, DC Export Council and frequently speaks in the US and abroad at international trade and business conferences, including Japan & Saudi Arabia. Mr. Huddle has practiced international trade law for 30 years, and has implemented export tax incentive programs for a range of U.S. companies since the 1980s.

A casual buffet and networking lunch will be served.

Monmouth University is located in West Long Branch, New Jersey with easy access from the Garden State Parkway, Route 18, and I-195.  Upon receipt of payment, directions to Bey Hall will be sent to you via email, along with your confirmation. We have hosted Exporter Workshops since 2003 to assist central New Jersey firms compete effectively in international markets.

TO ATTEND: $45 per person. No refunds for cancellations of any kind or for no-shows.  Please complete the registration form below and mail with check payable to Monmouth University.  For information on seminar content, please contact Thomas P. Mottley, US Department of Commerce, via email at Thomas.mottley@trade. gov or call 732-571-364.  For registration details, email or call 732-571-3423.

Click here to download the registration form.