U.S. finally publishes final 2018 renunciation data

The U.S. Treasury Department on Wednesday finally published the names of the 687 people who officially "chose to expatriate" during the fourth quarter of 2018, amid questions from some expat lobbying groups as to why the figure was lower than they had been expecting.

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Opinion: Why it's wrong to insist a U.S. move to residence-based tax regime be 'revenue neutral'

Opinion: Why it's wrong to insist a U.S. move to residence-based tax regime be 'revenue neutral'

As awareness of the problems associated with the Obama-era law known as the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) has gradually become more widespread, there's been more discussion about the...

Feb-23-2020