updated 10:36 PM CET, Dec 3, 2022


ICYMI: American Citizens Abroad highlights its recent findings on U.S. adoption of RBT

As growing numbers of expatriate Americans are calling on U.S. lawmakers to replace America's problematic citizenship-based tax regime with a system that's based on a taxpayer's current country of residence, the Washington, DC-based American Citizens Abroad is urging expats, members of Congress and others to revisit its most-recent research report…
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Bloomberg reveals the 'six cities emerging as the new expat hot spots'

For decades, Hong Kong was such a reliable destination for young would-be expats, especially in Britain, that those who decided to give it a try were jokingly known as "FILTH", which stood for "Failed In London, Try Hongkong". Recently, however, expats have been reportedly fleeing the long-popular Special Administrative Region…
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Four jurisdictions reported to join the OECD’s CRS regime since January

While the U.S. tax evasion-prevention law known as FATCA has been getting all the headlines lately – certainly here at the American Expat Financial News Journal – FATCA’s global counterpart, the OECD/G20 regime known as the Common Reporting Standard, has quietly been continuing to sign up new jurisdictions.
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