UBS, the Zurich-based banking group, is to return to the business of looking after high-net-worth Americans, including expats, almost a decade after it was fined US$780m by the Justice Department for helping wealthy U.S. clients to evade tax.
A "blacklist" of 20 countries that offer so-called “golden passports” to affluent foreigners in order to raise revenue has been published by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, as it warned of the potential misuse of these schemes to hide offshore assets from the scrutiny of the OECD's recently-introduced…
The Association of Americans Residents Overseas this Thursday will be sponsoring a seminar in Paris that will seek to help Americans living in France to better understand the issues involved in estate planning while abroad.
The American Citizens Abroad, the main non-partisan Washington lobbying group representing American expats around the world, today urged the U.S. Treasury Department to introduce a so-called de minimis rule to its latest draft of new tax regulations, in order to address what it said were problems inherent in the legislation…
A video of a seminar held last month in London, which focused on legislative efforts currently under way in Washington to address the significant tax problems currently facing many American expatriates, has been posted on YouTube.
TwinFocus Capital Partners LLC, a multi-family office based in Boston, Massachusetts that was launched in 2006 by twin brothers Paul and Wesley Karger, has opened a London outpost that it says is aimed at helping high-net-worth individuals and their families as well as professional investors with their financial services needs.
The TMF Group, an Amsterdam-based compliance and business services provider that owns Malta-headquartered TMF International Pensions, today launched a retirement plan for American citizens living and working outside the U.S. that it says is designed to be tax-efficient in accordance with U.S. tax regulations.
A Switzerland-based American expatriate and campaigner for fairer treatment of Americans overseas is urging his fellow countrymen around the world sign his petition urging Donald Trump to spare them all from the burden of citizenship-based taxation.