ACA in the News: Will U.S. expats, accidentals finally make progress in 2023, with their anti-CBT fight?
The American Expat Financial News Journal (February 14, 2023)
Will U.S. expats, accidentals finally make progress in 2023, with their anti-CBT fight?
"A little over one month into the new year, a global challenge to the United States' citizenship-based tax regime is emerging on several fronts, as awareness continues to grow of the tax regime's major role in the many problems U.S. expats and so-called accidental Americans continue to struggle with."
"among some of the other recent developments in an already-established anti-CBT network of entities and ongoing activities, which, just in the past three years, has seen:
* The publication last April, of the ACA/DEG Analysis of Revenue Effects of Residence-Based Taxation, a major study that it the American Citizens Abroad said had been prepared over the preceding 10 months for its sister organization, the American Citizens Abroad Global Foundation (ACAGF) by District Economics Group, a non-partisan economic consulting firm that carried out an earlier piece of research for ACAGF in 2017/2018 on the same general subject; ACA continues to campaign for its version of RBT, and urges its members to do the same (some other expat RBT campaigners take issue with certain elements of the ACA version of RBT)."