'Accidentels' reel but vow to fight on, as France's Conseil d'Etat rules in support of current FATCA regime

So-called "Accidental Americans" in France and elsewhere in Europe expressed disappointment, and in some cases dismay, after France's top administrative court ruled that the current regime under which France provides information to the U.S. under its controversial Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act could stand, and didn't need changing or to be scrapped.

Monte Silver counters IRS ‘dismiss’ motion in U.S. Court

Israel-based U.S. tax attorney Monte Silver has formally countered the Internal Revenue Service’s motion earlier this month to dismiss his and his company's ongoing lawsuit that challenges a key component of President Trump's December 2017 tax reform legislation.

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Andersen Global plants its first 'Andersen' flag in British soil

Andersen Global, the San Francisco-based organization of tax and legal services firms founded by Andersen Tax LLC, said Tuesday that it has at last planted a flag bearing the Andersen Tax name in British soil, as a tax partnership in London has adopted the Andersen name, and formally joined the global Andersen entity.

More than 1 in 5 U.S. expats 'seriously considering renouncing': Greenback Tax survey

More than one in five U.S. expatriates surveyed by Greenback Expat Tax Services, a major provider of U.S. expat-focused tax services, say they are "seriously considering renouncing their citizenship."

And almost four in 10 of those saying they are considering renouncing cited the tax burdens they face as a result of being an expat, the Greenback survey results reveal. 

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Taxpayer Advocacy Panel's expat rep to expats: 'Let's work together'

Taxpayer Advocacy Panel's expat rep to expats: 'Let's work together'

Last week, National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson retired from the role she held for 19 years. During this time, the IRS, of which the National Taxpayer Advocate's office is a...

Aug-08-2019