Articles on FATCA, CBT, Citizenship matters that have come to our attention during 2018.
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Repubs Overseas targets Montana’s Daines as possible expat tax fairness bill sponsor in Senate, Helen Burggraf, American Expat Finance.
A Step Forward on the Road to Residency Based Taxation, Carmelan Polce, Democrats Abroad.
May 14-16 Expat Tax Reform meetings with Congress: clarifying the way forward for RBT, Carmelan Polce, Democrats Abroad.
Citizenship and Worldwide Taxation: Is It Morally Justified? John Richardson and Edward Zelinsky, TaxConnections.
Dutch tax minister to raise FATCA problems with Washington, Dutch News, Netherlands.
French lawmakers’ report on ‘accidentels’ says France should consider unilaterally giving up FATCA reporting, Helen Burggraf, American Expat Finance.
France Should Consider Abandoning FATCA, Parliament Report Says, Gregory Viscusi, Bloomberg News, US.
It Hurts My Heart: The Case For Fairer Taxation of Non-Resident US Citizens, John Richardson, TaxConnections.
Rand Paul, Treasury Working to Clear Tax Treaty Logjam, Joshua Rosenberg, Law 360, US.
Royal baby Sussex: seventh in line for the throne and liable for US taxes, Amanda Klekowski von Koppenfels, The Conversation.
Part 1 of 4: “How Do I Protect Myself?” A Case Study in the Marginalization of Americans Living Overseas, John Richardson and Laura Snyder, Citizenship Solutions, Canada.
Phone and laptop searches at US border ‘quadruple’, BBC News, UK.
‘Dem sponsor needed’ for expat tax fairness bill, Rep. Holding tells London gathering,Helen Burggraf, American Expat Finance.
You Can’t Make This Up! Married Americans abroad are more likely to meet requirements to file US tax returns than are singles – but then again marriage to a non-resident alien is considered to be a form of tax evasion, John Richardson, Citizenship Solutions, Canada.
Will Meghan and Harry’s royal baby have dual citizenship? Danielle Stacey, Yahoo Lifestyle, US.
ACA Submits Written Testimony to House Ways and Means Committee on TJCA, American Citizens Abroad. Direct link to written testimony.
The US tax dilemma Facing Meghan, Harry and the royal baby, Max Foster and Katie Polglase, CNN, US.
New IRS Booklet On Offer In Compromise, Internal Revenue Service, TaxConnections.
Who are France’s ‘accidental Americans’ and why are they suing big banks? The Local, France.
Defining Residence For Income Tax Purposes, Edward Zelinsky, TaxConnections.
IRS Seeing Difficulties with FATCA Reporting Data, Michael Cohn, Accounting Today, US.
GAO 19-180, Foreign Asset Reporting: Actions Needed to Enhance Compliance Efforts, Eliminate Overlapping Requirements, and Mitigate Burdens on U.S. Persons Abroad, Government Accountability Office, US.
Why Americans Don’t Cheat on their Taxes, Rene Chun, The Atlantic, US.
US Taxes On Foreign Income: Who Should File A US Expatriate Tax Return, Olivier Wagner, TaxConnections.
‘Accidental Americans’ in France file discrimination lawsuit, Reuters.
How To File US Income Tax From Abroad, Phil Hogan, TaxConnections.
Treasury Pressed to Fix Tax Mistake That May Push R&D Offshore (Corrected), Allyson Verspille, Sony Kassam, Siri Bulusu, Bloomberg Tax, US.
United States Dual Citizens Receive Punitive Tax, John Richardson, TaxConnections.
The EU should blacklist the US as a tax haven, Didier Jacobs, The Politics of Poverty.