American Citizens Abroad's June Podcast: Families in Global Transition's LaShell Tinder

LaShell (Shelly) Tinder, who is the American Citizens Abroad's June Podcast interview subject and today the treasurer of Families in Global Transition, knows a bit about being part of a family in the process of globally transitioning. 

According to her profile on the Families in Global Transition website, she was an "accompanying spouse" for 11 years, and "raised three TCKs" (Third Culture Kids), born in the U.S., Belgium and Venezuela...

Latest ACA TaxCast: Kostelanetz & Fink LLP’s Caroline Ciraolo

 In the latest of its new TaxCast series of podcasts, launched at the end of March, the American Citizens Abroad features an interview with Caroline Ciraolo, a partner of Kostelanetz & Fink LLP, a U.S. law firm, as well as a former acting assistant attorney general of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Tax Division.

American Citizens Abroad podcast: Families in Global Transition's Dawn Bryan

"Families in global transition" are the subject of this month's American Citizens Abroad podcast, which went live this week.

The podcast features a chat with Dawn Bryan, pictured left, the president of an organization by that name – Families in Global Transition (FIGT) – who discusses with ACA podcast interviewer "Michelle" some of the issues that expat families typically find themselves having to deal with: "Third Culture Kids", the differences between various expat communities, the issues dual-national couples can face and so on, according to an ACA explanation of the latest podcast. 

Latest on CARES Act relief payments from ACA, IRS

The American Citizens Abroad has asked the IRS to extend its deadline for those American expats wishing to use its online "Get My Payment" tool to input their direct deposit information beyond this coming Wednesday, as messages and updates having to do with the one-off CARES Act economic impact payments continue to be issued on a seemingly daily basis. 

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Ross McGill: ‘FATCA isn’t the problem: CBT is’ 

Ross McGill: ‘FATCA isn’t the problem: CBT is’ 

In the early years of this century, a number of major media exposés reported how Homeland Americans, as well as rich people from other developed and developing countries, were making...