Citizenship-based taxation: a simple regulatory solution

In the last installment of In the pages, International tax notes editor-in-chief Robert Goulder talks to the authors of the Tax Notes article “A simple regulatory solution for the taxation of citizenship”.

The authors discuss regulatory actions the Treasury can take that, in the absence of legislative change, would improve the lives of Americans living abroad and allow the IRS to better focus its limited resources to administer the tax system more effectively. American. Key points include proposed regulatory reforms for foreign bank account reporting and the foreign account tax compliance law regimes, the tax cuts and employment law, and changes related to the processing of declarations. trust and mutual fund investments.

About the guests

Robert goulder is a contributing editor for International tax notes. His specialties include international and cross-border taxation, the OECD, the European Union, base erosion and profit shifting, the digital economy and VAT.

John richardson is a Toronto-based lawyer who assists individuals who are tax residents of the United States and their country of residence. This includes advice on tax residency, FATCA, common reporting standard, waiver of US citizenship, and green card waiver (including 877A Exit Tax Consulting).

Laura Snyder is a Paris-based lawyer and advocate for taxpayer rights. She is an international member of the Taxpayer Advocacy Panel, which is a federal advisory committee to the IRS, and a member of the board of directors of the Association of Americans Resident Overseas.

Karen Alpert is Professor of Finance at the University of Queensland Business School in Brisbane, Australia, with prior experience in the tax compliance industry in the United States. She is the founder of, an Australian-based advocacy group.

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