News 24 Jan 18
Advisers must be aware of the complexities US clients face
American citizens living outside the US often have their financial lives made more complex by local advisers who do not appreciate their need for joined up advice to avoid negative tax treatment by US or local authorities.
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.
News 25 Nov 16
Maseco Wealth targets ‘gaping hole’ for US citizens in Asia
UK-based Maseco Wealth, the specialist wealth manager for US expat clients, is to target Asia with the launch of an independently owned business in Hong Kong.
News 7 Nov 16
US expats could have the final say in tight presidential race
With the latest polls putting Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton just three points ahead of her Republican rival Donald Trump, the estimated six to eight million US expats could be the deciding factor in Tuesday’s highly contentious presidential climax.
News 20 Oct 16
Merrill Lynch ditches US expats in account closures
Merrill Lynch, one of the ‘big four’ investment banks in the US, will no longer work with US citizens living abroad following the closure of all expat accounts earlier this month, a UK-based IFA firm has confirmed.
News 24 Aug 16
Campaign group calls for Fatca exemption for US expats
American Citizens Abroad (ACA), a campaign group for US citizens living overseas, has called on the US Treasury Department to amend Fatca regulations which would allow US expats to hold bank accounts exempt from the stringent reporting standards.