Republicans Overseas has compiled a comparison of the world’s two major income tax methods: residence based taxation and territorial taxation. We’ve added the United States’ citizenship based taxation to demonstrate that overseas Americans would be better off with TTFI. You can access a PDF copy here: RBT vs TTFI postcard
About Kym Kettler
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Entries by Kym Kettler
By Ralph Z. Hallow – The Washington Times – Thursday, September 21, 2017 ANALYSIS/OPINION: How do Republicans win in 2018, let alone in 2020, when their president’s approval rating is lower than Hillary Clinton’s self-esteem? Easy: 5.7 million Americans who live and work abroad are registered and qualified to vote by absentee ballot. Why’s that a big […]
Currently non-Americans have very preferential (0-10%) tax rates on dividends, interest and capital gains earned in America while Americans are hounded by the IRS around the world at 38% tax rates on every penny earned outside of America. Here are the tax rates enjoyed by non-Americans on American investments: Dividends 5-15% Interest 0% Gains 0% […]
Please help us to spread the word about our Letter Writing Campaign and Petition! You can forward our TTFI Airmail Postcards: PDF JPG You can click to tweet: Tell the White House and Congress to put Territorial Taxation for Individuals into the Tax Reform Package! http://bit.ly/2x1enud Sign the petition here. Write letters to the White […]
Plaintiffs in Crawford, et al. vs. US Department of Treasury, et al. have filed a filed a Petition for En Banc Rehearing in their fight against the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (“FATCA”) and related provisions after the Sixth Circuit affirmed the lower district court’s ruling that none of the plaintiffs had standing, i.e., sufficient […]
During their summer meeting, the RNC approved a resolution supporting the transition from Citizen Based Taxation to Territorial Taxation for Individuals.
James Bopp, Jr. (lead lawyer for the Plaintiffs) and Richard E. Coleson have drafted a memo to analyze the 6th Circuit Court’s decision could and to highlight where the 6th Circuit Court made mistakes in its decision. Read the memo here.
By: Helen Burggraf | 22 Aug 2017 | International Investment ‘An anti-FATCA lobbying group led by key US Republican Party members has vowed to take its fight against the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act to the Supreme Court, in the wake of a US Court of Appeals decision, handed down on Saturday, that affirmed a lower district-court […]
The 6th Circuit Court handed down its ruling on August 19, 2017 and found that the Plaintiffs were not suffering any harm as a result of FATCA, and were in no threat of prosecution for not filing FBAR and FATCA forms, and therefore, had no standing to bring the lawsuit. Republicans Overseas will appeal this […]