Managing Partner and Tax Practice Manager for Capital Tax in Tokyo, Eric La Cara is a senior accounting and tax specialist with over 15 years of applied experience in tax strategy, cross-border structuring, accounting, and operational finance. Eric’s chief expertise involves Personal & Corporate tax and tax planning for residents & non-residents in the U.S. and Japan. Specializing in meeting the complex tax needs of globally mobile clients, Eric's client portfolio includes many high net-worth individuals such as professional athletes, Real Estate investors, and Expats. After deciding years ago that sleep was highly overrated, Eric makes time to share his tax knowledge through writing articles and giving tax seminars. In addition to his passion for meeting clients’ tax needs, Eric has developed his skiing interest at over 30 ski resorts in Japan.
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