Wonchi Ju


Wonchi is an associate in the private client and tax team.

Her practice is focused on US and international income and estate tax planning for high-net-worth individuals and their closely held businesses.

Her experience includes creating tax-efficient strategies for investments by non-US persons within the United States and international investments by US persons, counseling clients on the US tax consequences of immigration and expatriation, and resolving tax controversies by advocating strongly and strategically for clients.

Wonchi is an active member of various bar associations including the Asian Pacific American Bar Association, where she serves as Treasurer, the New York City Bar Association where she sits on the Personal Income Tax Committee, as well as the Connecticut and American Bar Associations.





State of Connecticut, 2017

State of New York, 2020

‘Far from home: Key points on IRS guidance and relief,’ __ Withers article - April 23, 2020, co-author

‘Insight: IRS ‘Forks up’ New Cryptocurrency Guidance,’ Bloomberg Tax - October 31, 2019, co-author

‘Window of opportunity with opportunity zones: Top 10 takeaways,’ __ Bloomberg BNA - November 15. 2018, co-author

Connecticut Bar Association

New York City Bar Association - Personal Income Tax Committee

American Bar Association

Connecticut Asian Pacific American Bar Association - Treasurer

‘Tax talk Stamford: Demystifying tax reform,’ UConn - March 13, 2019, panelist



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