Hope fading for Holding's 'Tax Fairness for Americans Abroad Act'

The Tax Fairness for Americans Abroad Act, a bill introduced into the U.S. House of Representatives at the end of last December by Republican Congressman George Holding that was  met with enthusiastic support by many American expats around the world, now seems unlikely ever to become law, some observers and supporters of the proposed law say. 

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George Holding's tax counsel Stross to participate in ACA webinar in Canada

Matt Stross, legislative tax counsel and oft-quoted spokesman for North Carolina Representative George Holding, is due to provide an "update" on the congressman's efforts to get his Tax Fairness for Americans Abroad Act signed into law later this month, in a webinar sponsored by the American Citizens Abroad's Global Foundation.

‘Tax Fairness for Americans Abroad’ discussion set for May 8 in Athens

Republicans Overseas vice chairman and chief executive Solomon Yue and Toronto-based lawyer and citizenship expert John Richardson will bring their ‘Tax Fairness for Americans Abroad’ roadshow to Athens next week, as part of ongoing efforts aimed at boosting awareness and support among American expats in Greece for proposed legislation bearing that name.

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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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ACA issues detailed explanation of 'Tax Fairness' legislation

The American Citizens Abroad says tax legislation introduced on Capitol Hill last month that aims to address the tax problems U.S. expats currently face is a start, which would begin the transition from the country's current citizenship-based tax regime to one that allowed for U.S. citizens to be taxed on the basis of where they live.

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