updated 12:49 AM CEST, Jun 18, 2021

Opinion

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 minute, 42-second exchange between Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D, Massachusetts) and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, about Elizabeth Warren's so-called "Ultra-Millionaire Tax."

Bright!Tax's Allyson Lindsey: What, if anything, can be done about those IRS delays, late refunds, unanswered calls...

It's hardly a secret at this point that 2021 has been a bit of a struggle for the IRS. As we've been told, the reasons include – as with just about every government agency (and company) around the world – the pandemic, as well as, in the IRS's case, the need to distribute two new rounds of stimulus checks to millions of U.S. taxpayers around the world at short notice.

AXFNJ Podcast: Dutch ex-pilot explains what drives him to 'fight for justice' on behalf of EU's 'unintentional Americans'

Over the last few years, thousands of so-called "accidental Americans" have quietly accepted the unexpected news that the U.S. considered them to be U.S. citizens, even though they had lived their entire lives as citizens of other countries, and as a result of this news, gone through the expensive business of complying with U.S. demands that they sort out their U.S. citizenship and tax situation.

AARO: Response to Senate Finance Committee, on 'How U.S. international tax policy impacts American workers, jobs and investment'

On April 7, 2021, the Association of Americans Resident Overseas submitted its comments to the Senate Finance Committee, in response to the committee's review of U.S. international tax policy, and its impact on American workers. 

Below, AARO's comments in full, as written by AARO president William Jordan; AARO vice president for advocacy Fred Einbinder; and AARO banking committee chair Paul Atkinson.

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