ACA Town Hall Evening Rome Wednesday, 20 September 2017
ACA began in Rome where on September 20th we hosted a Town Hall Evening at Hotel Domus in central Rome. The event was well attended by the local American community, including representatives from the US Embassy who gave a short review of the US citizen services available from the US State Department.
This presentation was followed by an ACA update on its advocacy work for RBT in Washington, DC. Marylouise Serrato, Executive Director of ACA updated attendees on ACA’s revenue estimating work with District Economics Group (DEG) and our door knocking up on the Hill with Congressional offices and the tax writing Committees.
Francesca Romana Rubino, an independent legal services professional and enrolled agent of the IRS then presented, “Top items every American taxpayer in Italy should know about.” Francesca specializes in expatriate tax, social security, immigration and legal issues for foreigners in Italy and Italians abroad. She handles preparation of Italian and US tax returns for individuals/expatriates.
Francesca’s presentation covered a wealth of information on US tax filing obligations for Americans living overseas, as well as, Italian tax filing requirements. Her presentation is available for members in the members-only section of the website.
A Q&A session followed and the evening closed with traditional Roman “aperitivo” with snacks (more like a meal remember we were in Italy!) and drinks. This gave attendees an opportunity to speak directly with the presenters and mingle with other Americans living in Rome.
TOWN HALL EVENING
What American Taxpayers in Italy Should Know about US taxes and ACA's Washington DC advocacy efforts for tax reform.
On-line Registration is preferred:
- Please register in advance – USD 15.50 (EUR 13.00) for ACA Members who register in advance, USD 18.00 (EUR 15.00) per person online registration for non-members. This will include one drink and appetizers.
- Donation at the door is EUR 15.00 per person for anyone who has not registered. Exact change needed if paying at the door.
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The ACA Global Foundation (“ACAGF”) is the sister organization of American Citizens Abroad, Inc. (“ACA”), which supports education and research on issues affecting Americans abroad.
Disclaimer: ACAGF and ACA are not responsible for any advice given at this event
1. Learn about ACA, Inc. and ACAGF and their advocacy work.
2. Top items every American taxpayer in Italy should know about.
3. Update from Washington DC on ACA efforts on Tax Reform.
Francesca Romana Rubino is an independent legal services professional and enrolled agent of the IRS. She specializes in expatriate tax, social security, immigration and legal issues for foreigners in Italy and Italians abroad. Francesca handles preparation of Italian and US tax returns for individuals/expatriates. Francesca has over twenty years of experience in international and local tax expertise for individuals.
Marylouise Serrato is the Executive Director of ACA and is responsible for directing and managing ACA, Inc (501c4) and overseeing operations of ACA Global Foundation - ACAGF (501c3). Marylouise is the key liaison to Washington legislative and administrative offices; Congressional offices, IRS, Treasury, Joint Committee Taxation, Senate Finance, House Ways & Means and is responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with major stakeholders and partners.