RT Lawyers: 1924 @USSupremeCourt decision of #CookvTait https://t.co/Va1ITUKq8M = justification 4 "citizen tax" – What does case really say? — U.S. Citizen Abroad (@USCitizenAbroad) May 22, 2015 Since 2013 I have been working on a series of posts about the 1924 decision of Justice McKenna (see his biography) in the 1924 decision of Cook v.
Justification for taxing #americansabroad based on 150 year old justification dating back to civil war. US time warp! renounceuscitizenship.wordpress.com/2013/01/05/coo… — U.S. Citizen Abroad (@USCitizenAbroad) January 11, 2013 Excellent paper discussing citizenship-based taxation by Professor Avi-Yonah: The Case Against Taxing Citizens: This short but well written paper completely dismantles both the Cook v. Tait rationale (Government
This is excerpted from a post at RenouceUScitizenship. Feel free to participate in the poll about U.S. the benefits of U.S. citizenship there. Could you also comment specifically on whether you believe that the U.S. government by its very nature benefits its citizens abroad.
cross-posted from citizenshipsolutions by John Richardson Part 9: Responding to the Sec. 965 “transition tax”: From the “Pax Americana” to the “Tax Americana” Q. What do #MeghanMarkle and the @USTransitionTax have in common? A. They are two news items of 2018 that will draw attention to
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Agee in a 2007 interview with TeleSUR’s Mesa Redonda in Cuba With all the attention suddenly being paid to China’s policy of forbidding Hong Kong dual citizens from using foreign passports to enter & leave mainland China unless they renounce Chinese citizenship (by mailing a form to the Hong Kong Immigration Department and paying US$19),
To keep this simple: 1. Yesterday we have a post making an attempt to quantify (what we all know) is that the United States is using citizenship-taxation” as a tool to extract capital from other nations. 2. We have had a number of posts which reinforce that the Government of Canada has agreed to the
The following post is reblogged from the RenounceUScitizenship blog. It dovetails with Calgary411′s post on the same issue. Why this topic is important In a FATCA world there a large number of people who citizens and residents of Canada (and other countries) who may have a “U.S. taint” because they were born in Canada to
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This is reposted from the RenouceUScitizenship blog. Since Ted Cruz had the “temerity” to have born outside the Homeland, Donald Trump has called his U.S. citizenship into question (those of you who were NOT born in the United States would find this debate to be interesting). This raises the question of how “citizenship” should be