Jennifer Einziger is a member of EY's Private Client Services group within the National Tax Department in Washington, D.C. Jennifer advises international and domestic families on a wide range of family office tax matters, including U.S. income, estate and gift tax planning; pre-immigration and pre-expatriation planning; U.S. income tax reporting for foreign trusts as well as beneficiaries of foreign trusts and owners of foreign entities; fiduciary income tax compliance; individual income tax compliance for U.S. citizens, residents, and nonresident aliens, including those with complex foreign investments; U.S. compliance for family office partnerships, investment partnerships, operating partnerships, private foundations and other entities; estate and gift tax compliance for U.S. citizens and residents as well as nonresidents; and FATCA compliance for trusts and investment entities. Jennifer has also consulted on multiple foreign trust domestications, trust decanting, and pre- and post-liquidation event income and estate planning. In addition, Jennifer advises U.S. and foreign families on the tax consequences of the U.S. tax legislation passed in late 2017, commonly known as the TCJA, particularly with respect to the transition tax, GILTI, and estate planning for nonresident aliens with U.S. heirs. Jennifer is a frequent speaker at external and internal conferences on income, estate, and gift tax as they relate to international and domestic private clients. Jennifer has also contributed to professional articles and internal publications on estate and gift planning. Jennifer is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ Trust, Estate and Gift Tax Technical Resource Panel. Prior to joining EY in September 2015, Jennifer was a senior manager in another Big Four firm’s International Private Wealth practice in New York, where she worked for eight years. Prior to that, Jennifer worked for four years as a tax, trusts, and estates attorney.