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John Richardson interviews “JR”: Architect of the anti-FATCA petition to the EU Parliament: Why the FATCA lawsuits must be supported

John Richardson interviews “JR”: Architect of the anti-FATCA petition to the EU Parliament: Why the FATCA lawsuits must be supported

June 26, 2020

June 26, 2020: Participants include:

 

John Richardson - ExpatriationLaw

JRhttps://americanexpatfinance.com/news/item/299-eu-parliament-fatca-impact-hearing-tuesday

A fascinating interview with one of the early "Anti-FATCA Pioneers".

Topics include:

- the "Oh My God" moment: what it means and how to respond to it

- the EU petition

- Jenny's anti-FATCA "GDPR" based lawsuit

- the need for improving the support for these initiatives

The problem of using FATCA to support US Extraterritorial taxation is larger than the problems of any one individual.

More help is required ...

 

 

 

 

 

Part 3: US Taxation of Nonresident aliens: How US IRAs and 401ks are taxed to nonresident aliens

Part 3: US Taxation of Nonresident aliens: How US IRAs and 401ks are taxed to nonresident aliens

June 25, 2020

June 25, 2020 - Participants include:

Dr. Karen Alpert - @FixTheTaxTreaty

John Richardson - @ExpatriationLaw

Part 3: Dr. Alpert and John Richardson continue the discussion of  what it means to be a nonresident alien and how nonresidents are treated by the US tax system. In Part 3, we discuss how US IRAs and 401ks are taxed to nonresident aliens. Hint: You need to understand the US rules, the local rules and how the tax treaty may modify those rules. This is a difficult and fascinating topic with huge consequences!

Nonresident aliens who created IRAs and 401ks in the United States will find this of particular interest.

 

 

Part 2: US Taxation of Nonresident aliens: How US Source Income May Affect Your Decision To Renounce US Citizenship

Part 2: US Taxation of Nonresident aliens: How US Source Income May Affect Your Decision To Renounce US Citizenship

June 25, 2020

June 25, 2020 - Participants include:

Dr. Karen Alpert - @FixTheTaxTreaty

John Richardson - @ExpatriationLaw

Part 2: Dr. Alpert and John Richardson continue the discussion of  what it means to be a nonresident alien and how nonresidents are treated by the US tax system. In Part 2, we discuss how the US taxation of US source income received by nonresident aliens should impact the decision of whether to renounce US citizenship. Hint: The more US source income you have, the more likely that you could increase your US taxes if you renounce. To be forewarned is to be forearmed.

Part 1: US Taxation of Nonresident aliens: What is a nonresident alien? The taxation and witholding on FDAP and ECI income

Part 1: US Taxation of Nonresident aliens: What is a nonresident alien? The taxation and witholding on FDAP and ECI income

June 25, 2020

June 25, 2020 - Participants include:

Dr. Karen Alpert - @FixTheTaxTreaty

John Richardson - @ExpatriationLaw

Part 1: Dr. Alpert and John Richardson discuss what it means to be a nonresident alien and how nonresident aliens are treated by the US tax system.

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Abandoning The Green Card: Careful the United States may  hit you with a special “Exit Tax” on the way out and another possible tax to your heirs

Abandoning The Green Card: Careful the United States may hit you with a special “Exit Tax” on the way out and another possible tax to your heirs

June 24, 2020

June 24, 2020 - Participants include:

 

Virginia La Torre Jeker - @VLJeker

John Richardson - @ExpatriationLaw

Green card holders who have had the Green Card for eight of the last fifteen years before abandoning the Green Card will be subject to the US Section 877A Exit Tax rules. To be forewarned is to be forearmed! 

 

US Tax Residency And the Green Card: Green Card holders are subject to US worldwide taxation even when they don’t live in the USA and the Green Card has expired

US Tax Residency And the Green Card: Green Card holders are subject to US worldwide taxation even when they don’t live in the USA and the Green Card has expired

June 24, 2020

May 30, 2020 - Participants include:

 

Virginia La Torre Jeker - @VLJeker

John Richardson - @ExpatriationLaw

 

There is a difference between the rules for taxation and the rules for immigration. It's entirely possible to have lost the right under US immigration law to live in the United States, but still be subject to US worldwide taxation.

 

Renounce US Citizenship: “Some” tax and immigration implications of transitioning from US citizen to nonresident alien

Renounce US Citizenship: “Some” tax and immigration implications of transitioning from US citizen to nonresident alien

June 21, 2020

June 19, 2021 - Participants include:

John Richardson - @Expatriationlaw

Anthony Parent - @IRSMedic

Keith Redmond - @Keith__Redmond

This podcast is a continuation of the widely viewed discussion of US Citizenship Renunication that was published on YouTube on June 15, 2020:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-ldR0VncF0

 

 

 

Discussion with Anthony Scaramucci: Wide ranging conversation including the taxation of Americans abroad and the state of US politics

Discussion with Anthony Scaramucci: Wide ranging conversation including the taxation of Americans abroad and the state of US politics

June 3, 2020

June 3, 2020 - Discussion with Anthony Scaramucci

Anthony Scaramucci - @Scaramucci

John Richardson - @Expatriationlaw

Thanks to Anthony for sharing his insight into US politics and for his support of change in how US tax policy impacts Americans abroad.

 

Information on the Scaramucci SALT talks (highly recommend) is here.

Looking forward to "Scaramucci 2" closer to the election!

 

 

 

 

 

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