#Americansabroad: Thoughts on the May 2/14 Toronto Conference on CBT vs. RBT – #FATCA #FBAR

#Americansabroad: @JackieBugnion of @ACAVoice comments on May 2/14 Toronto Conference/Debate on CBT vs. RBT https://t.co/SOVEjMwDaV #fatca — John Richardson – lawyer for "U.S. persons" abroad (@ExpatriationLaw) July 10, 2014 #Americansabroad: Mary-Louise Serrato of ACA Global discusses May 2 Toronto RBT v. CBT debate http://t.co/ECxjKwb2YM https://t.co/4OeFP0drg3 — Citizenship Lawyer (@ExpatriationLaw) July 10, 2014 ACA Global Foundation […]

Conference on "Citizenship-based taxation" – May 2/14 Toronto, Canada

Conference – "citizenship-based taxation" – Toronto, Canada – May 2/14 http://t.co/GJmv8qCRwh – The #FATCA of life for #Americansabroad — Citizenship Lawyer (@ExpatriationLaw) March 29, 2014 I am very proud to participate in (what I believe to be) the first ever conference organized to debate issues surrounding “citizenship-based taxation”. The conference has been organized by “ACA […]

Video of May 2, 2014 Toronto debate on Citizenship taxation of #Americansabroad – Professor Michael Kirsch and Dr. Bernard Schneider

Taxation #AmericansAbroad: Citizenship taxation vs. Residence taxation: M. Kirsch – B. Schneider May 2/14 Toronto https://t.co/KTe7wnQaNG — Citizenship Lawyer (@ExpatriationLaw) March 2, 2015 As you know, on May 2, 2014 ACA Global Foundation sponsored a debate on “21st Century Taxation of Americans Abroad: Citizenship-based taxation vs. Residence-based taxation. The debate featured Professor Michael Kirsch of Notre […]

Part 2: Cook v. Tait 1924 – The evolution of Citizenship, Taxation and "Citizenship Taxation"

Part 2: Cook v. Tait 19124: Evolution of U.S. citizenship http://t.co/xQpeowhPg3 Does citizenship taxation make sense in a #FATCA world? — Citizenship Lawyer (@ExpatriationLaw) May 12, 2015 Part 1 of this post traced the evolution of taxation. This brings us to: Part 2 – The Evolution of Citizenship In 1924, the Supreme Court of the […]

Taxation of #AmericansAbroad in the 21st Century: "Country of birth" Taxation vs. "Country of Residence" Taxation

Update January 2018: This post has been updated with some new links and discussion. Prologue – The “Story Of The Century 200,000 Saudi US citizens liable to pay taxes | Arab News — Saudi Arabia News, Middle East News: http://t.co/lPmRfQ5gf5 via @Arab_News — John Richardson – lawyer for "U.S. persons" abroad (@ExpatriationLaw) November 3, 2014 […]

Taxation of #Americansabroad: @Thunfinancial Wall Street Journal Op-Ed follows article from @SaundersWSJ

American Expats' Tax Nightmare: Applied to Americans living abroad, Fatca rules r absurd. http://t.co/QaqH8thPd3 via @WSJ by @Thunfinancial — John Richardson – lawyer for "U.S. persons" abroad (@ExpatriationLaw) July 10, 2014 The above tweet references an Op-Ed by Thun Financial’s David Kuenzi which recently appeared in the Wall Street Journal. This is a nicely done […]

Who I am

In today’s exclusive interview, @ExpatriationLaw, a lawyer with Citizenship Solutions in Canada & one of the panelists in our upcoming conference in Barcelona, talks to us about his career in tax & law & what he plans on contributing to Beyond Borders. https://t.co/r5y9eVlvku pic.twitter.com/kqDH1TxqNr — Taxlinked (@Taxlinked) September 24, 2019 More at https://t.co/uleOv467dC https://t.co/OcQGTVg4Gx pic.twitter.com/IMdkxa5SRw […]

@VlJeker Newsweek interview on #FATCA and #Americansabroad

Newsweek Delves Into FATCA and the Growing Trend in Expatriation | Let's Talk About: US Tax http://t.co/LtaBVpWFUi — V. La Torre Jeker JD (@VLJeker) July 14, 2014 Virginia La Torre Jeker is a U.S. tax  lawyer  practising in the Gulf. She has shared the text of her recent interview with Newsweek. Although I highly recommend […]

Part 8 of series: Former ACA Tax Director Jackie Bugnion recalls the 2014 Kirsch Schneider debate on "citizenship-based taxation"

Before moving to the post, if you believe that Americans abroad are being treated unjustly by the United States Government: Join me on May 17, 2019 for a discussion of U.S. “citizenship-based taxation” as follows: "What Is The Future Of Citizenship-Based Taxation?" Prof. William Byrnes (Texas A&M Law), Prof. Edward Zelinsky (Cardozo Law), John Richardson […]

Why ALL individuals should support the @RepHolding Tax Fairness For Americans Abroad Act

What: You are invited to a live conversation with Solomon Yue and John Richardson to discuss the Holding bill When: Tuesday January 15, 2019 – 12:30 EST/17:30 GMT (Toronto, Canada) time (one hour) Where: http://www.uberconference.com/orgop2 or by calling: 503 – 773 – 9640 Pre-Registration: Required – please visit http://www.facebook.com/RepublicansOverseas for instructions (or leave a comment at the bottom […]