Federal appeals court decision temporarily halting Biden student debt relief plan interrupts expat access enabling efforts

A federal appeals court has temporarily halted a recently-unveiled Biden administration program designed to forgive hundreds of billions of dollars' worth of federal student loan debt held by American citizens – even as government officials had evidently been struggling to enable those living overseas to apply, as a result of technical difficulties having to do with accessing and submitting the necessary forms.

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Dems Abroad calls on IRS, Treasury to make it easier for expats to access 'Recov Rebate'

For the second time in less than a month, the Democrats Abroad has written to top officials at the U.S. Treasury Department and IRS, this time urging them to make it possible for more American expats to more easily avail themselves of the so-called Recovery Rebate that is being made available to them, as it is to Homeland Americans, as a result of the CARES Act. 

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AXFNJ Podcast: Dubai private asset manager for U.S. expats Vince Truong explains why everyone needs ‘a financial roadmap in place’

AXFNJ Podcast: Dubai private asset manager for U.S. expats Vince Truong explains why everyone needs ‘a financial roadmap in place’

Hearing Americans who've been living abroad for 10 or more years, and sometimes for most of their adult lives, describe how they got there is always interesting, I find. Many...

Dec-15-2022