This is a continuation of the Media and Blog Articles Open for Comments thread (part 5 of 6).
Part 1 covers up until 26 May 2015. Part 2 is from 27 May 2015 to 1 January 2016. Part 3 is from 1 January – 31 December 2016. Part 4 is from 1 January – 31 December 2017. Part 5 is from 1 January – 31 December 2018.
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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 permanent list of links posted here and keep adding to it, but not deleting, so we’ll end up having sort of a “bibliography” of FATCA/CBT articles. [Note: Some articles are not open for comments]
For more articles on FATCA, enter FATCA into Google then click on the link “more news for fatca” just below the most recent featured article.
From JC: To see #FATCA on Twitter for latest breaking news. JC finds that is quite a good source and there even are some international articles that one may read using Google Translate. Others may help certain tweets and articles remain in elevated position by retweeting them.
From Badger: On an important archival note, please use the Internet Archive Wayback machine https://archive.org/web/ (see bottom right ‘Save Page Now’ box to enter URLs of webpages you want saved for posterity, and try to save backup copies of articles and other items of interest in some other form – such as a datastick or external drive. Some important and very significant webpages and the fulltexts of articles are no longer available (although some can be retrieved if someone using the Wayback machine saved them).
Be sure to read the comment stream for this thread — there are usually very recent articles mentioned.
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.
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.
Why Americans Don’t Cheat on their Taxes, Rene Chun, The Atlantic, US.