American Citizens Abroad posts audio recordings of recent Tax Fairness Act webcasts

North Carolina Congressman George Holding's interest in the cause of American expatriates and their tax problems had its origins in numerous visits to the United Kingdom to see members of his family, because his wife, Lucy, happens to be British, according to Matt Stross, the Rep. Holding's tax counsel. 


This was among a number of little-known facts that emerged during two webcasts held earlier this month in Geneva and Zurich, Switzerland, on the subject of Congressman Holding's bill, the so-called Tax Fairness for Americans Abroad Act (TFAA) by the American Citizens Abroad, in conjunction with the American Citizens Abroad Global Foundation.

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