taxation in the united states
News 4 Sep 17
US Republicans lobby to scrap Fatca and tax on citizens abroad
The Republican National Committee (RNC) has urged president Donald Trump to replace citizenship-based taxation, and therefore scrap the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (Fatca), in his tax reform package.
What Trump’s tax plan means for US expats
President Donald Trump unveiled his much-anticipated tax plan last month, promising “the biggest tax cuts in history”. Here tax advisers Ephraim Moss and Joshua Ashman from Expat Tax Professionals show how the proposals will affect US expats living around the world.
Five things you need to know about Trump’s tax plan
This week, US president Donald Trump unveiled what he called “the biggest tax cuts in history”. Here’s a look at some of the initial proposals to slash inheritance tax, top income brackets and tax for large corporations.
Key action points for US citizens facing up to Fatca
Compliance with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (Fatca) by those institutions affected by it is now well advanced, but the picture is much less clear for individuals affected by the new rules, says David Andrews, executive director (international private clients) at HFM Columbus.
Anti-FATCA group finalises lawsuit against Canadian Gov’t
A group promoting Canadian sovereignty has raised 80% of the funds required to take the Canadian Government to court for providing residents’ details to the US for its Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).
First FATCA reporting deadline passes, but issues remain
The first reporting deadline for the US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) has now passed, although “obstacles” still stand in the way of full compliance.