US expats' fingers still crossed as first draft of tax reform bill doesn't address overseas individuals

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US expats' fingers still crossed as first draft of tax reform bill doesn't address overseas individuals

“The good news is that the game is [still] on,” the American Citizens Abroad said yesterday, after the House of Representatives unveiled the first draft of the long-awaited Republican tax reform bill –which said nothing one way or other about the taxation of individual Americans who don’t reside in the US. As reported, the ACA and other organisations representing expatriate Americans have been campaigning hard over the last few months in an effort to draw US lawmakers’ attention to what th...

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