My earlier blog post gave a head’s up to married couples about US tax issues that can arise when assets are owned jointly with a spouse who is not a US citizen. A follow-up blog post detailed the US Gift tax rules that apply when assets are held jointly with right of survivorship (WROS) by a US/non-US citizen … Continue reading Estate Tax Nightmare: Joint Ownership of Property with A Non-US Spouse
Not surprisingly over 1,000 individuals expatriated (gave up US citizenship or long term residency) in the third quarter of 2018. This is according to the most recent “Name and Shame” list published by the US Treasury in the Federal Register on November 19, 2018. Most likely the real number is higher, as the accuracy of … Continue reading Gifting Your Way to Freedom – How TCJA Can Help You Expatriate
The Internal Revenue Service today announced the tax year 2019 annual inflation adjustments for more than 60 tax provisions, including the tax rate schedules and other tax changes. Revenue Procedure 2018-57 provides details about these annual adjustments. The tax year 2019 adjustments generally are used on tax returns filed in 2020. For those of you … Continue reading JUST ANNOUNCED! Foreign Related Tax Inflation Adjustments for Tax Year 2019
One Country, Two Citizenships: John Richardson Interviews Virginia La Torre Jeker. Most people don’t know that the US has two kinds of citizenship – “Immigration” citizenship and “Tax” citizenship. Tax citizenship, the monkey on your back, is hard to shake off! Watch the interview, here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Kq94qCiNSY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=
People from countries all over the world apply for US permanent residency status, informally known as obtaining a “green card”. Nowadays, however, many US green card holders are questioning whether to continue holding the green card. The number of individuals who are renouncing their US citizenship or relinquishing their long term permanent resident status (this … Continue reading Giving up Your US Green Card – Make Sure It is Done Correctly or Pay the Price!
My blog post reproduced below was originally posted on AngloInfo "Let's Talk About US Tax" on December 30, 2013 by Virginia La Torre Jeker J.D., Today’s blog post is yet another interview that provides valuable insight from Willard (Bill) Yates, who recently retired from the Office of Associate Chief Counsel (International) (ACCI), Internal Revenue Service after 31 years … Continue reading If You Go, You Can’t Come Back. The Reed/Schumer Follies-Past And Proposed Anti-Expat Legislation: Interview With Bill Yates, Former IRS Attorney (International)