You can access all years at this link: Media and Blog Articles – Links for All Years Media and Blog Articles EmBee suggested that it would be good if there was a thread for new articles, so that people would be aware of where to comment. So, I created this permanent page. I’ll make a
Karen Alpert (Australia), John Richardson (Canada), Larry Stern (Israel) and Leonard Tuber (Israel) will discuss “territorial vs. citizenship-based taxation, their many advantages and disadvantages, and the myriad of challenges and questions posed by the US’s use of this type of tax system,” Monday 3 June 12:00 BST (11:00 UTC / 07:00 EDT). You can submit
Articles on FATCA, CBT, Citizenship matters that have come to our attention during 2018. For most recent articles (2018), go to Media and Blog Articles Open for Comment Part 5 of 5. For articles which came to our attention during 2017, go to Media and Blog Articles (2017). For articles which came to our attention
What if the US wants you returned to the Homeland? The conventional wisdom is that there is not much the US can do if you are not within their borders. This is a complicated question. There are at least two issues: Assuming a violation of U.S. law, under what circumstances will an extradition treaty provide
This was just drawn to my attention – apparently it comes from Namecheap.com which is (I believe) an Australian based ISP.
The case is the government’s most far-reaching effort so far to crack down on foreigners suspected of breaking American laws. It is unusual because it goes after a middleman, who the authorities say made a fair amount of money by pointing people to pirated content. Mr. O’Dwyer’s backers say the prosecution goes too far, squelching
I started a forum post about this, but I feel that this is so important that it needs to be shared here to spread the word! Everyone and their grandmother heard about SOPA and PIPA and the huge amount of publicity that was generated recently to kill the bills. But did you know that there