David McKeegan, co-head and co-founder of Greenback Expat Tax Services, and Daria Prohorenko, one of the firm's expat tax experts, join the American Citizens Abroad's legal counsel and ACA Global Foundation chairman Charles Bruce, pictured, in addressing expat Americans' concerns about "the implications of Covid-19 tax law changes, coronavirus rebates" and related subjects, in the ACA's third "TaxCast" episode, which is live as of today (April 30).
The TaxCast, which may be listened to via the ACA's website by clicking here, is part of a series that the ACA said was originally meant to be a monthly feature, but is being produced every two weeks at the moment, in response to a perceived interest among the American expat community for more information on all aspects of the American government's US$2trn CARES Act, which was signed into law by President Trump on March 27.
Under the legislation, American citizens and Green Card holders, including those resident abroad, are potentially eligible to receive a U.S. government stimulus check of as much as US$1,200 per taxpayer, with parents of dependent children aged 17 or under eligible to receive an additional US$500 for each.
The latest TaxCast may also be accessed by the PodBean website, by clicking here.
The ACA stresses that the content of its podcasts, including documents and presentations, is made available solely for general informational purposes, and is not intended and should not be treated as legal, financial or tax advice. It adds that the views and opinions expressed "do not necessarily reflect the views of American Citizens Abroad, Inc. or any affiliated organization", nor does it "warrant the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any content or other information."
It also reminds listeners that it is a non-partisan origanization and that it does not support any political party or candidate.
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