Articles And Special Features Tagged 'tax reform'

What's Tax Reform Ever Done For US Expats?

What's Tax Reform Ever Done For US Expats?

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 06 February, 2018

While the United States tax code is subject to frequent legislative and regulatory change, the plight of the estimated 8 million Americans living and working overseas, who generally remain in... Read Full Article »

Tags: small business | business | multinationals | Tax | inflation | budget | FATCA | Compliance | Citizenship | individuals | retirement | investment | United States | Eritrea | legislation | Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | mining | tax | tax avoidance | tax reform | gift tax |

 

Does America Need Residence-Based Taxation?

Does America Need Residence-Based Taxation?

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 14 July, 2017

In June 2017, Americans for Tax Reform joined US expat groups in calling for Congress to consider residence-based taxation for Americans living abroad. This feature looks at the proposals, and examines why they are considered... Read Full Article »

Tags: compliance | interest | Tax | inflation | Expats | FATCA | Citizenship | individuals | entrepreneurs | investment | United States | legislation | law | Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | services | mining | banking | financial services | environment | tax | tax reform |

 

Trump - The President US Expats Have Been Waiting for?

Trump - The President US Expats Have Been Waiting for?

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 24 November, 2016

The election of maverick businessman Donald Trump to the presidency of the United States earlier this month was, to put it mildly, a controversial decision by the US electorate... Read Full Article »

Tags: compliance | business | interest | Tax | inflation | Expats | FATCA | Compliance | expatriates | investment | United States | legislation | law | services | mining | tax compliance | tax | tax reform | gift tax |

 

Expat Workers And The Seychelles

Expat Workers And The Seychelles

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 27 May, 2014

In the wake of the recent announcement that certain companies in the Seychelles now face limits on the numbers of expat workers they can employ, this briefing throws the spotlight on this tropical paradise in the centre of the Indian Ocean. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | dividends | Investment | Invest | currency | Investment | expatriates | employees | investment | Seychelles | offshore | services | construction | commerce | financial services | manufacturing | tax | tax reform | social security | trade |

 

US Corporate Tax Reform: Dead or Alive?

US Corporate Tax Reform: Dead or Alive?

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 21 May, 2014

No, it wasn't some kind of April fool's joke. April 1, 2014, really was the second anniversary of the United States having the dubious distinction of possessing the highest total corporate tax rate among member countries... Read Full Article »

Tags: accounting | small business | business | interest | multinationals | dividends | Tax | individuals | investment | Japan | United States | United Kingdom | legislation | law | Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) | services | tax | tax reform | tax rates | tax breaks | individual income tax |

 

A Cautionary Tale About Tax Residence

A Cautionary Tale About Tax Residence

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 28 February, 2014

From New Zealand, a cautionary tale for those expats who might think that they have fulfilled the last of their obligations to the tax man in their country of origin once emigrated... Read Full Article »

Tags: compliance | business | interest | Tax | Expats | FATCA | Finance | expatriates | Seychelles | New Zealand | Jersey | United Kingdom | court | law | Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | tax authority | mining | tax compliance | tax | tax reform | exit tax |

 

Personal Tax Review - US Tax Reform

Personal Tax Review - US Tax Reform

By Tax-News.com Editorial, 31 July, 2013

President Obama, when on the campaign trail in 2008, envisaged a dramatically simplified tax system whereby 40 million Americans would be able to complete their tax returns in less than five minutes without the paid help of an accountant. Clearly, this utopian vision of the US tax landscape has failed to come to pass, but as Congress begins to debate comprehensive tax reform in earnest, personal taxpayers struggling to comply with America’s dysfunctional tax system at least have some cause for optimism. Read Full Article »

Tags: compliance | business | interest | payroll | Other | Finance | individuals | investment | United States | penalties | legislation | law | services | education | fees | tax compliance | tax | tax incentives | tax reform | tax rates | individual income tax |

 

America's Widening Tax Net

America's Widening Tax Net

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 23 July, 2013

Expat Americans are already in a uniquely horrible position when it comes to taxation, but under legislation pending in Congress, things could get even more uncomfortable for some of them. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | payroll | Expats | FATCA | Compliance | individuals | expatriates | employees | investment | United States | Belize | Singapore | legislation | law | services | insurance | tax | tax reform | exit tax | withholding tax |

 

 




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