U.S. District Court rules against Monte Silver Transition Tax challenge

In a ruling that has surprised many in the expatriate American community, a U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. has officially declared Tel Aviv-headquartered U.S. tax attorney Monte Silver and his company "lack constitutional standing to pursue their claims" – thus ending, at least for now, Silver's feisty effort to force the U.S. Treasury to take small overseas businesses owned by Americans into account in its enforcement of President Trump's Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.  

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Court hearing set for Monday in Monte Silver 'Transition Tax' case

A major and potentially precedent-setting legal challenge to a key component of President Trump's December 2017 tax reform legislation, as it applies to "controlled foreign corporations", will move at last to a U.S. district courtroom in Washington, D.C. on Monday, more than two years after it was launched.

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ACA and Americans Overseas hosting expat tax issues webinar next Thursday

The American Citizens Abroad, the non-profit, non-partisan organization based in Rockville, Maryland that exists to help Americans who live overseas, will be co-hosting a free webinar this Thursday with Amsterdam-based Americans Overseas, an advisory firm that helps "accidental Americans" and other American expats in the Netherlands, while also advocating on their behalf on legislative issues.

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SEAT reminder: 'April 7 is deadline for you to tell Senate Finance C'ttee how well U.S. int'l tax regime works for you'

SEAT reminder: 'April 7 is deadline for you to tell Senate Finance C'ttee how well U.S. int'l tax regime works for you'

As we reported here last week, the U.S. Senate Finance Committee held a hearing last month on “How U.S. International Tax Policy Impacts American Workers, Jobs, and Investment." Many in...

Apr-06-2021