IRS Eye on You! Newest Campaign: Repatriation Tax (IRC Section 965)

Most of my readers have heard about Internal Revenue Code Section 965, and the “deemed repatriation” or “transition tax” introduced by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“TCJA”).  My earlier blog post provided significant detail about this tax law provision which was intended to move the US international tax regime into a “territorial system”.  In making … Continue reading IRS Eye on You! Newest Campaign: Repatriation Tax (IRC Section 965)

Exit Tax – A Comment on Richardson / Zelinsky Debate on Citizenship Based Taxation

Recently, a debate took place on the merits of the United States' income tax regime which is based on "citizenship".  This lively debate was between the esteemed John Richardson (a US and Canadian attorney) and Professor Edward Zelinsky (a tax scholar and professor at Cardozo Law School in New York City).  You can watch the … Continue reading Exit Tax – A Comment on Richardson / Zelinsky Debate on Citizenship Based Taxation

US Tax Law to American Abroad – “How Do I Hate Thee, Let Me Count the Ways”

Regular readers of my tax blog will not be surprised by the title of this post and the content it hints at delivering. They likely realize by now that the American person abroad is not looked upon favorably by the US tax laws.  The tax laws look at anything “foreign” with a jaundiced eye when … Continue reading US Tax Law to American Abroad – “How Do I Hate Thee, Let Me Count the Ways”

Section 965 “Transition Tax”: It’s Time to Pay the Piper

Copied below is my post as it appeared (March 21 2018) on my former blog "Let's Talk About US Tax" when hosted by Anglo Info. By now I suspect many of my readers have heard about (and are shedding tears over) new Internal Revenue Code Section 965, and the “deemed repatriation” or “transition tax” introduced by … Continue reading Section 965 “Transition Tax”: It’s Time to Pay the Piper

Calculating the Transition Tax: Just Like Dental Work – Painful in More Ways Than One

Copied below is my blog piece originally posted on AngloInfo "Let's Talk About US Tax" posted on April 4, 2018 by Virginia La Torre Jeker J.D., Most readers have some familiarity by now with new Internal Revenue Code Section 965 and the “deemed repatriation” or “transition tax” introduced by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“TCJA”). Introductory detail about this new … Continue reading Calculating the Transition Tax: Just Like Dental Work – Painful in More Ways Than One

Tax Primer: US Expats & Foreigners

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Everything you need to know about US tax is right here at your fingertips!  My primer provides information for overseas Americans and green card holders on US tax obligations including Income Tax, Estate Tax and Gift Tax as well as IRS reporting requirements and State income tax. It also provides detailed information for foreign individuals … Continue reading Tax Primer: US Expats & Foreigners