The Institute of Tax Law at Queen Mary University’s Centre for Commercial Law Studies in London, UK, will host a panel discussion, via Zoom, on the topic of “the Taxation of Expatriate and Cross-Border Individuals,” featuring a number of experts on the subject, including QMUL’s Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in International Tax Law, Bernard Schneider, Edoardo Traversa, a tax and European law criminology professor at Belgium’s Université Catholique de Louvain, as well as three of SEAT’s co-founders: John Richardson, Karen Alpert and Laura Snyder.
The Discussion will be June 29th, 4 to 6 pm British Summer Time (5 to 7pm Central European Summer Time, 11am to 1 pm Eastern Daylight Savings Time). This online discussion is free and open to all. Registration is required. Full information at Stop Extraterritorial American Taxation (SEAT).
Is this recorded somewhere? I didn’t have time to listen yesterday.
Yes, they put it on YouTube.
Yea, got the mail. I look forward to listening to it.
It’s perfectly clear that we have an ever increasing clash between basic human rights and ever more enthusiastic tax collectors, the USA being the most obvious example where it not only treads on the toes of human rights, it’s clearly trampling on them with a size 10 boot.
I very much like the suggestion that the USA’s efforts to stamp out corporate tax competition for the USA should be met with demands that the USA drops its efforts to tax the residents and citizens of other nations.