Courtesy of Andrew Grossmann · @andygr 28th May 2017 from TwitLonger TwitLonger This is a transcript from the FATCA Hearing held in Washington D.C on April 26, 2017. I think it is interesting to actually read the testimonies that we heard that day. Some of the more striking aspects seem even more shocking and the
Thank you to all those who worked so hard to make this hearing a reality, and in particular to witnesses Daniel Kuettel and Mark Crawford for putting a human face on the FATCA disaster. Here’s a brief overview of what happens during each section of the hearing. Longer and more detailed notes after the jump.
Nov./5/09 – FATCA Hearing pg. 13- Treasury confirms that FATCA is specifically intended to include #Americansabroad https://t.co/xwswNkDF6d pic.twitter.com/7X3gqPa2dY — Citizenship Lawyer (@ExpatriationLaw) April 15, 2017 The purpose of this post is, as put forth by Tim: This is a copy of the transcript of the one and only hearing on FATCA in the US Congress
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cross-posted from citizenshipsolutions dot ca So much publicity! So little relevance! The New York primary was this week. Both Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton extended their leads and moved one step closer to their respective party’s nominations. (Mrs. Clinton with the approval of the Democratic Party and Mr. Trump with the disapproval of the Republican
Inequality and the narrowing tax base: Too reliant on the few http://t.co/ik4nlmoneO – In US: 40% pay no income tax – 1% pay 46% of all tax — U.S. Citizen Abroad (@USCitizenAbroad) September 23, 2014 The above tweet references an article in The Economist magazine (which is British). This is a great article. I strongly
By now, we’ve all heard the news that Treasury had to extend the FATCA deadline by six months, a development which they attributed to a “groundswell of international interest”. But there’s another piece of news you probably haven’t heard: the day before the delay was announced, the U.S. and China concluded the fifth round of