Category Archives: U.S. Residents with Foreign Income

  1. FATCA Delusions and Twitter Wars

    • by Jimmy Sexton
    • February 24th, 2018

    FATCA Delusions and Twitter Wars

    When it comes to FATCA and tax compliance, don’t listen to what you want to hear, listen to the truth. There are some unscrupulous advisors out there telling people not to comply with U.S. tax laws because they are unjust.

    Unjust or not, failure to comply with the law can have severe consequences, from monetary penalties to jail!

    Check out my vlog on the topic!

  2. Expatriation Myths Busted

    • by Jimmy Sexton
    • February 20th, 2018

    Expatriation Myths Busted

    I am going to be busting some common expatriation myths in this post. If you are reading this post, you most likely know that giving up your U.S. citizenship is referred to as “expatriation”. There are several reasons people expatriate; their new country of citizenship doesn’t allow dual-citizenship, they don’t want to deal with the U.S. tax system, they have conflicting political views, or some other reason.

  3. Deathly Taxing

    • by Jimmy Sexton
    • January 16th, 2018

    Deathly Taxing

    My most recent article, Deathly Taxing, discusses U.S. gift and estate taxes and how they can affect multinational families.

    I wrote this article prior to President Trump passing U.S. tax reform. Therefore, the article references the pre-tax reform 2018 gift and estate tax exclusion of $5.6M. The post tax-reform 2018 gift and estate tax exclusion is $11.2M.

    Read the entire article, as published in the American in Britain magazine, here.

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