EU pushback on FATCA continues, as expats look for signs of commitment to their tax frustrations as election approaches

Following on from a written commitment made back in February by France's economy minister, Bruno Le Maire to the head of a France-based "accidental American" advocacy group – in which Le Maire stated that issues relating to the American law known as FATCA would be a priority during France's six-month Council of the European Union presidency, which began in January – a debate on the subject is now scheduled to take place in the Dutch House of Representatives (known as the Tweede Kamer) next week.

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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