Barbara R. Hauser

R. Hauser
Barbara R. Hauser LLC

Barbara R. Hauser has been advising wealthy families for more than 25 years. Previously, she worked as a private client lawyer, as an executive at various financial institutions, and as a global independent family adviser. Ms. Hauser has worked with a number of influential families in Europe, the United States, and Asia. She is a frequent speaker in many countries and is the author or co-author of several books, including her most recent, International Family Governance and International Estate Planning.

Transparency Has Come Full Circle 
Barbara R. Hauser comments on the dwindling number of jurisdictions willing to help hide money
Citizenship Shopping For Affluent Investors 3
Many wealthy global individuals are looking for more accepted passports and lower taxes, among other benefits.
“Who Am I?” 
Barbara R. Hauser considers some issues that practitioners may encounter with the ever growing number of global clients
Family Office Primer
Family office experts predict a steady increase in the number of family offices in the United States in coming years, here's a quick overview of what they can offer.
Family Offices Around the World 
Barbara R. Hauser introduces the family office industry and discusses its presence in various regions
Privileges and Entitlements
Today the biggest fear of wealthy parents seems to be that their (privileged) children will grow up feeling “entitled.”
The Year of Transparency’s Tipping Point 
Barbara R. Hauser comments on how 2014 saw a marked increase in transparency regarding foreign assets
Brussels IV is Now in Effect 
Barbara R. Hauser highlights the successes and failures of Brussels IV
Death Taxes Around the World in 2013 
Barbara R. Hauser offers a comprehensive overview of death taxes around the world
How to Properly Structure and Govern a Family Bank 
Warner King Babcock and Barbara R. Hauser highlight the possible advantages a family bank can offer a high-net-worth family
Around the Globe in 2012 
As an intoduction to our international year-in-review, Barbara R. Hauser highlights some of the most important developments in international trust and tax law
Offshore (But Still U.S.) Taxpayers 
Barbara R. Hauser discusses an IRS program intended to encourage U.S. taxpayers who live overseas to report their income and assets
2011: A Time to Hunker Down 
As we begin 2012, certain global concerns from 2011 continue to resonate. We're still dealing with an: uncertain global economy, with a focus on the troublesome
Unconventional Wisdom 
From an international perspective, family businesses in the Gulf region are taking new approaches to succession. In five areas, some leading Gulf families
Around the World in 2010 
Ignited by the global financial crisis in 2010, many wanted to know, Where's the money? Who owns it? How can our country get more? and Where are the super-rich
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