Do you have questions for the IRS? As a U.S. taxpayer, you have an obligation to report your worldwide income whether you actually owe any tax or not. Join us for an open talk hosted by Ms Chinchie Killfoil, the first IRS Tax Attaché assigned to the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, China. Ms Killfoil will cover a wide range of topics including Foreign Earned Income Exclusion, Foreign Bank Account Report (FBAR) and more.
The American Club, Colonial Room
10 Claymore Hill, Singapore 229573
*This event is open to US Embassy employees, AAS, AWA & The American Club members only.
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Speaker Chinchie Killfoil
Chinchie is the first IRS Tax Attaché assigned to the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, China. She interfaces with foreign taxing authorities and manages an active Exchange of Information program as the representative of the U.S. Competent Authority. She has regional responsibility covering China, Japan, Korea, India, and a dozen other ...
Chinchie is the first IRS Tax Attaché assigned to the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, China. She interfaces with foreign taxing authorities and manages an active Exchange of Information program as the representative of the U.S. Competent Authority. She has regional responsibility covering China, Japan, Korea, India, and a dozen other Asian countries. Before coming to China, she served as a Tax Treaty Manager in Washington DC, responsible for resolving tax treaty related disputes with European countries.
Prior to her assignment to the area of international tax, Chinchie served as the Director of Tax Policy and Procedure in the Office of Chief Appeals in Washington D.C. In this position, Chinchie and her team were responsible for providing written guidance to Appeals employees on policy and procedural issues. Besides the previously noted assignments, Chinchie, during her 26 year career with IRS, held a number of other assignments in the Collection and the Appeals Divisions.
Chinchie grew up in Taiwan and is fluent in Mandarin Chinese. She is a Certified Public Accountant and has a Masters degree in Counseling from University of Southern California. Before IRS, Chinchie spent seven years in Brussels, Belgium working for DOD as a Guidance Counselor. She is proficient in French. Chinchie is married with a 13 year old daughter, Kelly, whom she and her husband, Mike, adopted from China.