Maybe. That is what the Bloomberg Business Week Headline says. Since this is a story about Switzerland, it is a good attention catching headline which plays upon a bias that all Americans living in Switzerland must be wealthy. Or, I would bet, it is an editor choosing a title to catch attention. That is what they do! I thought I would post it, in case some of you have not yet seen the story. I also wanted to point out that Andy Sundberg has been prominently mentioned at the beginning of the article. Continue reading
This post from Andy Sundberg is on: THE EVOLUTION OF U.S. CITIZENSHIP LEGISLATION SINCE THE FIRST CONGRESS IN 1789
This is the 5th in a series of posts from Andy Sundberg, Fellow and Secretary of the Overseas American Academy, where he discusses US citizenship taxation and related matters.
IN FULL HEGEMONIC EXUBERANCE
Renounce tweeted this evening about Congressman Tierney’s proposal to do away with the Foreign Income Exclusion. That caught my eye, and so I inquired of Andy Sundberg and ACA. If you wonder why the Tax Code is over 72,000 pages, after you read this information he sent me, you will wonder no more.. Continue reading
WHAT IS THE REAL SIZE
OF THE U.S. FEDERAL TAX CODE
HOW HAS THIS CODE BEEN EVOLVING?
This is the second in a series of comments made by Andy Sundberg, Fellow and secretary, the Overseas American Academny, Geneva, Switzerland, 12 February 2012. He may be reached at andy at sunberg dot com.
“ENOUGH IS ENOUGH”
AFTER FIVE DECADES OF ABUSE
IT’S TIME FOR A CHANGE
THIS COMING OCTOBER WE WILL MOURN
THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY
OF THE DEATH OF
A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD
FOR OVERSEAS AMERICANS
AND NOW IT’S TIME TO GET IT BACK
Reproduced by permission of Andy Sundberg, Fellow and Secretary, the Overseas American Academy , Geneva , Switzerland , 16 January 2012. Email contact: andy at sundberg dot com Continue reading