ACA to Treasury: 'de minimis rule' needed for GILTI and Transition Tax (and btw, RBT is needed too)

The American Citizens Abroad has written to seven top U.S. Treasury officials, including Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig, to urge it to "revisit" the way President Trump's 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is affecting the small- to medium-sized businesses owned by Americans overseas – in addition to urging them to take other actions, including "the true corrective measure" of switching the U.S. to a residence-based tax (RBT) regime.

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Now American Citizens Abroad chases Washington officials over 'Get My Payment' tool failures

Less than a month after it lobbied Congress, the Treasury and the IRS to include Americans who are resident abroad in a plan to provide U.S. citizens with a "stimulus payment" to help them weather the coronavirus pandemic, the American Citizens Abroad is now just as forcefully urging Washington officials to fix the problems thousands of expats are having in accessing their money.

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You really know you're an American expat when...

You really know you're an American expat when...

Like folks everywhere, Americans are often surprised to discover how different things can be when they live abroad. Sometimes the differences are small; sometimes they're hilarious. In recent years, as...

Nov-25-2021