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. 

Dems Abroad U.K. plans major 'Tax Day' for October

The Democrats Abroad U.K. has unveiled plans for what it says will be its first-ever "Tax Day," set to take place on the first Saturday in the month of October, and says it's lined up a number of well-known American tax and wealth experts to participate.

IRS responds to Transition Tax lawsuit with 'Motion to Dismiss'

The Internal Revenue Service has moved to dismiss a lawsuit brought five months ago by Israel-based U.S. tax attorney Monte Silver – which challenged a key component of President Trump's December 2017 tax reform legislation as it applies to controlled foreign corporations – on grounds that Silver and his fellow plaintiffs in the matter "lacked standing."

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Uncle Sam wants YOU… to vote!

Uncle Sam wants YOU… to vote!

Many overseas Americans – even more, in percentage terms, than their homeland counterparts – don’t vote.  A common attitude among such expats is expressed by one thirtysomething New Yorker, who was...