Republicans Overseas has filed an amicus brief in SILVER vs. IRS. Monte Silver and his team have found a clever way to go after the IRS and potentially stop the ongoing implementation of the repatriation tax This is due (in laymen’s speak) to provisions in the IRS that prohibit laws that unduly burden small businesses.
Solomon Yue, CEO of Republicans Overseas, will be in Hong Kong on May 28, 2018.
Please join us at 6:30 – 8:00 pm for an update on Territorial Taxation for Individuals.
Mr. Yue will discuss his recent visits to Washington, D.C., the progress being made on Territorial Taxation for Individuals, and the impact this would have on businesses owned by overseas Americans. He has been involved with drafting the TTFI bill and will discuss what can be publicly shared.
Please email us for more information if you have not received the invitation.
The meeting is free for members of Republicans Overseas, but costs $20 USD for non-members.
RO UK is hosting a fundraising event: a reception and lunch with James Bopp, Jr., the lead litigator on RO’s lawsuit to repeal FATCA.