AARO webinar answers expats' questions about CARES Act payments

Questions about whether children who turned 18 in 2020, or who won't be born until August, would be considered "dependents" for the purposes of receiving a U.S. government CARES Act rebate check were among the highlights of a recent, hour-long webinar sponsored by the Association of Americans Resident Overseas.

  • Tax

Israel-based Monte Silver to join AARO board, tax committee 

Monte Silver, the Israel-based American expat lawyer who made headlines last month when a U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. said he and his fellow plaintiffs could go ahead with their legal challenge of a key component of President Trump's 2017 tax reform legislation,  is to join the board of the Paris-based Association of Americans Resident Abroad, and become chairman of its tax committee.

  • News

Fresh from DC court triumph, tax lawyer Silver unveils plans for road trip

Weeks after a U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. ruled in his favor by denying a U.S. government effort to prevent him from legally challenging a key component of President Trump's December 2017 tax reform legislation, Tel Aviv-headquartered U.S. tax attorney Monte Silver has unveiled plans to undertake a  global road trip, to "meet all those who have supported the cause".

  • Tax

Judge's decision 'clobbered Treasury/IRS' Monte Silver tells Steve Mnuchin, other Treasury officials

Two days after a U.S. District Court judge in Washington, D.C. ruled that he could go ahead with a legal challenge of a key component of President Trump's December 2017 tax reform legislation, Tel Aviv-headquartered U.S. tax attorney Monte Silver told U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and other Treasury officials in an email that their case against him had been "clobbered" by the decision.

  • Tax

U.S. District Court denies IRS effort to get it to dismiss legal Transition Tax challenge – on Xmas Eve

A U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. said on Tuesday that it "reject[ed]" claims by the Internal Revenue Service that Tel Aviv-headquartered U.S. tax attorney Monte Silver and his fellow plaintiffs  "lacked standing" to challenge a key component of President Trump's December 2017 tax reform legislation, as it applies to controlled foreign corporations. 

Silver called the ruling a "massive win" for him and other small business owners impacted by Trump's Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, because it meant that his potentially "precedent-setting case" can now go ahead. 

  • Tax

Monte Silver counters IRS ‘dismiss’ motion in U.S. Court

Israel-based U.S. tax attorney Monte Silver has formally countered the Internal Revenue Service’s motion earlier this month to dismiss his and his company's ongoing lawsuit that challenges a key component of President Trump's December 2017 tax reform legislation.

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Uncle Sam wants YOU… to vote!

Uncle Sam wants YOU… to vote!

Many overseas Americans – even more, in percentage terms, than their homeland counterparts – don’t vote.  A common attitude among such expats is expressed by one thirtysomething New Yorker, who was...

Jun-06-2020