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Category Archives: FATCA
“…From the day that I was born I waved the flag, Philadelphia freedom took me knee-high to a man…” Once again, the iPod throws up a thought-provoking tune: “Philadelphia Freedom” by Elton John. When I was a kid, and when … Continue reading
I have been writing a lot about FATCA. Which is funny, as after my final US tax return next year it should never be an issue for me again. I guess I am behaving like a jilted lover in many … Continue reading
Hi ___, I hope you are well. I thought I would share with you something I’ve written to both Liberty and Privacy International regarding a recent IGA signed between HMG and the US on the US tax law FATCA, and … Continue reading
I have yet to write to my MP, but I thought I would drop a line regarding FATCA to Liberty (one of the main civil liberties group in the UK) after reading this post at Isaac Brock Society and this post at Maple … Continue reading
Recently, Her Majesty’s Government signed an inter-governmental agreement (IGA) with the US on sharing information that the US is looking for regarding the bank accounts of so-called “tax-dodging” US persons. (When it comes to taxation in the US, everyone is … Continue reading