Expats see potential in launch of third parties in U.S. politics

American expatriates who say they've been frustrated by the unwilllingness of either of the two major U.S. political parties to take their issues on board are pointing to the recent emergence of at least three new political parties in the U.S. as a reason to be hopeful that their voices might at last begin to be heard.

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AARO expat survey: U.S. expats struggle even more than folks back home to save for retirement

Saving for one's retirement is never easy; life is expensive, and time flies.

But as a survey of more than 400 U.S. expats, carried out last  October and November by the Association of Americans Resident Overseas (AARO) reveals, it's particularly difficult for Americans who are living outside of the U.S., who struggle with a range of issues, including retirement account providers suddenly deciding that they no longer wish to service American expatriate clients.

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Tax Research's Richard Murphy: The real Pandora Papers message – 'Offshore's big issue now is the fight to save democracy'

Tax Research's Richard Murphy: The real Pandora Papers message – 'Offshore's big issue now is the fight to save democracy'

The world – including its banks, cross-border financial services institutions and even many governments – has come a long way since the Richard Murphy and others founded the Tax Justice Network in around 2003...

Oct-08-2021