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Even in “retirement” Jackie Bugnion writes the best arguments against citizenship taxation ever

Introducing Jackie Bugnion … Jackie Bugnion explains the problems of citizenship taxation for #Americansabroad https://t.co/XHBJ2kDbml — Citizenship Lawyer (@ExpatriationLaw) September 13, 2015 Jackie Bugnion has published a superb article describing the problems of U.S. citizenship taxation and why the United

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U.S. citizenship taxation burdens Canada’s sovereignty by imposing U.S. taxes on Canadian residents

Prologue: Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau speaking to the Washington, DC Press Club – 1969 "Living next to you is in some ways like sleeping with an ele…" http://t.co/DSqiLVzl8I https://t.co/jMYjBiBMkZ via @shareasimage — Citizenship Lawyer (@ExpatriationLaw) May 5, 2015 ________________________________________________________________ The

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“Seize The Day 2” – Staff Report on Comprehensive Tax Report on 2015 and Beyond – Republican Staff U.S. Committee on Finance

Welcome to 2015. On January 5, 2014 incoming Chairman Orrin Hatch of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee said: National Review Online OpEd: It’s Time to Rebuild the Tax Code Seven guiding principles for comprehensive income-tax reform. Everyone agrees that the

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From The Desk of John Richardson: Co-chair ADCS-ADSC.ca – A trip to Algonquin Park and thoughts of Berlin

October 20, 2014 Greetings! I love the fall foliage. Yesterday I left early and drove to Algonquin Park (in Ontario Canada). It was an amazing day. Beautiful scenery. Quiet. Solitude. Group of 7 Art, etc. It’s amazing to me how

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