US political parties, other overseas groups ramp up resi-based tax campaign

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As lawmakers in Washington debate what President Trump’s promised tax reforms should look like, various organisations representing expatriate Americans are ramping up their campaigns aimed at replacing the country’s unique and much-criticised “citizenship-based” taxation with a tax regime that taxes people on the basis of where they live.  Although they don’t all agree on some of the details, the Democrats Abroad, Republicans Overseas, Americans for Tax Reform, the Heritage Foundation, American Citizens Abroad  (ACA) and a number of American chambers of commerce and similar expat groups ...

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