U.S. passport revocation law comes to Expatland

 In 2015, Congress enacted a law that would revoke the passports of U.S. citizens who were “seriously delinquent” on their U.S. taxes. The enforcement threshold was set relatively high, however – at US$50,000 in outstanding tax, interest and penalties. (A provision was included to adjust annually for inflation going forward, so the amount now stands at US$51,000.) 

Boston's TwinFocus Capital unveils London outpost

TwinFocus Capital Partners LLC, a multi-family office based in Boston, Massachusetts that was launched in 2006 by twin brothers Paul and Wesley Karger, has opened a London outpost that it says is aimed at helping high-net-worth individuals and their families as well as professional investors with their financial services needs. 

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Bright!Tax comment: The candidates' tax plans, and their likely implications for expats

Bright!Tax comment: The candidates' tax plans, and their likely implications for expats

Nov. 3, the date of the 2020 U.S. presidential election, is two weeks and one day away. Many expats will have voted by now, but for those who haven't –...

Oct-19-2020