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.

Online panel discussion to address 'Taxation of Expatriate and Cross-Border Individuals'

The Institute of Tax Law at Queen Mary University's Centre for Commercial Law Studies in London will host a panel discussion, via Zoom, on June 29, on the topic of "the Taxation of Expatriate and Cross-Border Individuals," featuring a number of experts on the subject, including QMUL's own Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in International Tax Law, Bernard Schneider.

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As two ex-U.S. ambassadors say it's 'time for Americans abroad to be given their shots,' expats mull limited options

While many Americans back home are voluntarily opting out of being vaccinated against the Covid-19 coronavirus, American expats around the world are furiously struggling to obtain the vaccine for themselves and their families. And as they're doing so, many are grumbling about the fact that being U.S. taxpayers, they should have as much right to free and available vaccines as their Homeland counterparts. 

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The AXFNJ podcast: 'The impact of the proposed Warren Wealth Tax (and how it would interact with FATCA) on Americans abroad'

The AXFNJ podcast: 'The impact of the proposed Warren Wealth Tax (and how it would interact with FATCA) on Americans abroad'

On Wednesday (June 16), viewers of a "virtual" three-hour, full Senate Finance Committee hearing on the subject of President Biden's Fiscal Year 2022 budget were witness to a rare, 6...

Jun-17-2021