Lights…camera…action! It’s the TJ&P Show, for U.S. expats in the UK’s creative industries…

It’s a scene most Londoners know well: a normally peaceful, typically photogenic corner of their city has suddenly, unexpectedly become a film set.

Large vans and other utilitarian vehicles are parked haphazardly around the nearby streets, which are also crowded with bulky equipment and cameras, noisy electricity generators, and often, horse-drawn carriages or period automobiles. Groups of people stand and mill about, some in costume, others wearing orange vests emblazoned with words like “security” across them...

TIGTA reports: an interim report on the 2022 filing season; and 'strategy needed' to grow electronic filing of biz returns

The U.S. Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) this month has published two reports that consider differing aspects of the Internal Revenue Service's recent performance – and has arrived at many of the same conclusions that the National Taxpayer Advocate, Erin M. Collins, did, in her annual report to Congress back in January, on what the IRS needs to do to improve its efficacy. 

Citi launches SEPA Instant Payments in Europe

Citi, the New York-headquartered bank with a global presence that many American expats rely on, has announced the launch of Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) Instant Payments services in Europe, a development that it says will increase its global instant payments offering.

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Essential Financial Acronyms for Americans Living Abroad

Essential Financial Acronyms for Americans Living Abroad

The American Expat Financial News Journal’s “Essential Financial Acronyms for Americans Living Abroad” is designed to help our fellow Yanks in Expatland to navigate the international seas of the financial...