RO VP and CEO Solomon Yue met with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and Chair of the National Republican Congressional Committee Greg Walden and informed them about the FATCA lawsuit.
The GOP adopted their 2016 Platform which included language calling for the repeal of FATCA and moving to Residence Based Taxation (now called ‘Territorial Taxation for Individuals’).
Republicans Overseas filed an appeal against the motion to dismiss in their lawsuit to repeal FATCA.
The judge accepted the defendants’ motion to dismiss Republicans Overseas’ lawsuit to repeal FATCA.
Republicans Overseas drafted and submitted to the House Ways and Means Committee a proposal to repeal FATCA and replace CBT with Residence Based Taxation (now referred to as ‘Territorial Taxation for Individuals).
FATCA Plaintiffs demonstrate outside of the American embassy in London, UK.
Republicans Overseas filed a lawsuit to repeal FATCA.
Republicans Overseas submitted a proposal to repeal FATCA and end citizenship-based taxation (CBT) to the Senate Finance Committee.
Senator Rand Paul reintroduces S.663, a bill to repeal provisions of FATCA, into the Senate.
Republicans Overseas drafted a RNC resolution opposing OECD’s global reporting standards, and the RNC passed it.