What concessions does your country make, (as a Treaty Partner of the United States of America), that causes your life to be miserable? What Canada Allows by Signing the 'Savings Clause' in the US-CDN Tax Treaty https://t.co/k4bOjkmavK You have to read it to believe it! — U.S. Expat Canada (@USExpatCanada) May 28, 2016
When Brock started, one of the major issues was that we questioned what we were being told; not just by the U.S. government but specifically, by the tax lawyers and accountants. It became painfully clear that many simply did not know what they were saying; some did not have direct cross-border experience and others simply
March 4, 2016, Troy Lewis – “AICPA Pushes to Ease Tax Burden on U.S.-Canada Accounts” The American Institute of CPAs is asking the Treasury Department to provide tax relief to the cross-border savings accounts of U.S. and Canadian citizens. In a letter that the AICPA sent Friday to the U.S. Treasury Department, the Institute asked the Treasury
Articles on FATCA, CBT, Citizenship matters that have come to our attention during 2016. For most recent articles (2017), go to this link. For articles which came to our attention during 2015, go to Media and Blog Articles (2015). For articles which came to our attention during 2014, go to Media and Blog Articles (2014).
cross-posted from ADCSovereignty WordPress Blog This is a post that I began to write on August 20, 2015. The post was in response to the death of Dr. Marcio Pinheiro. Trish Moon wrote a tribute to Dr. Pinheiro at the Isaacbrocksociety. I urge you to read both the post and the comments to that post.
In my post, Our Sociopathic Society III: A cure or a coping mechanism?, I argued as follows: Thus, complaining to a sociopath, throwing oneself at their mercy hoping for compassion, rationality or justice is a very bad idea. You cannot reform a sociopath with wise and reasonable arguments. I then linked to a Sopranos video
But, on this note one must ask the question: Question is NOT what are US tax compliant #Americansabroad prohibited from investing in – the question is what are they ALLOWED 2 invest in? — U.S. Citizen Abroad (@USCitizenAbroad) October 15, 2015 Americans abroad are “everyday people”. They can be found on every street corner in
Reposted from ADCS-ADSC blog The end of the beginning … Time flies. It seems like just yesterday that your FATCA lawsuit was filed. Well, it’ been a year. It’s been a busy year. A “busy year” always seems like “just yesterday”. I am spending next week in Vancouver. The obvious reason is that I want
As the date for the summary trial for the Canadian FATCA IGA draws nearer, behind the scenes, various groups are contemplating other ways to attack USA’s extraterritorial overreach into the sovereignty of other countries, and its insistence that US persons abroad are Americans first and foremost, thus subject to US law. Republicans Overseas are expected to
Yoo Seung-jun, a 1990s South Korean pop star whose career came to an abrupt halt in 2002 after he renounced his citizenship — in what much of the public saw as a well-planned effort to avoid conscription — and was denied re-entry into South Korea upon his next arrival, recently asked to be allowed to