US expat groups urge pressure on DC lawmakers as tax reform vote nears

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US expat groups urge pressure on DC lawmakers as tax reform vote nears

Aware of the possibility that US lawmakers might possibly include a change to a residence-based regime – or “territorial taxation for individuals”, as the Republicans call their version – in the pending tax reform legislation has prompted many American expat organisations to redouble their efforts at getting their members to lobby Congress this week. It isn’t known exactly when the all-important vote will take place, but many observers believe it will be sometime in the next few days.  Alt...

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