Breaking: Congressman Holding scrapes through with ‘Tax Fairness for Americans Abroad Act’

With just hours to go before most of the United States was due to close down for the Christmas holiday, Congressman George Holding today at last delivered a long-anticipated bill aimed at addressing the enormous problems many Americans living abroad have been having that are a result, most agree, of the fact that they are taxed on the basis of their citizenship rather than jurisdiction of residence.

George Holding TTFI bill ‘now set for 2019 vote’

Legislation that its proponents have said would significantly improve the lot of America’s 5.1 million to 9 million expatriates – which had been expected to appear before the end of the year, after failing to materialize in September – is now unlikely to be presented to the House of Representatives for a vote until next year, sources report.

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Expert panel sees imminent end to expat-hated U.S. tax regime

A panel of tax and business experts who have been lobbying for years to end the U.S.’s citizenship-based tax regime has said they believe planned legislation – specifically aimed at addressing some of the worst of the problems such expats have been struggling with – actually stands a chance of being passed.

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AXFNJ Podcast: Dems Abroad’s Rebecca Lammers discusses the ‘suffocating’ U.S. expat tax situation with AXFNJ’s Richardson

AXFNJ Podcast: Dems Abroad’s Rebecca Lammers discusses the ‘suffocating’ U.S. expat tax situation with AXFNJ’s Richardson

In 2010, when President Obama signed the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act into law – hidden inside a domestic jobs bill few still remember, called the HIRE Act – Rebecca Lammers had...

Dec-02-2022