Expats Renouncing Citizenship: 3rd Quarter 2019

Trends in Expats Renouncing Citizenship: 2019 3rd Quarter Numbers Are Here

Each quarter, Greenback tracks the number of expats renouncing citizenship. Why? Citizenship renunciation is something that affects Americans living abroad exclusively, and it’s often a decision based primarily on the continued tax reporting requirements all American citizens have. The Federal Register just released the final count for the quarter ending September 30th. Let’s see how […]

Filing FATCA: Canadian Court Rules in Favor

Breaking News: Canadian Court Case Rejects a Challenge to Filing FATCA

Yesterday, a Canadian court in Ottawa rejected a challenge to the lawfulness of mandatory requirements for filing FATCA issued by two dual Canadian-American citizens. This latest dismissal is a setback to the global progress toward repealing FATCA – or at least testing its legitimacy. What Filing FATCA Means to Expats FATCA (Foreign Account Tax Compliance […]

Findings and Insights From the 2019 US Expat Opinion Survey

Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s US Expat Opinion Survey. Now that it’s over and the results have been collected , we want to share some of the most important insights you shared. From government representation to potential changes to the tax laws, take a moment to review this important information in […]

2019 Q1 Citizenship Renunciation Totals and US Expatriate's Tax

Citizenship Renunciation and US Expatriate’s Tax in 2019

Check out our summary on the first quarter citizenship renunciation numbers that were recently published in the Federal Register. These numbers are often reflective of several issues that concern expats: taxes, political environment, and more. But typically, one of the top factors is US expatriate’s tax. Let’s take a look at the recent development in […]