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US Jacks Up Exit Fee For Those Renouncing Citizenship

US Jacks Up Exit Fee For Those Renouncing CitizenshipCanada Free Press ^ | 08/31/14 | Alan JoelPosted on 8/31/2014, 10:02:02 AM by Sean_Anthony

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USA-India FATCA Agreement: The NRI tax issue

Finance Budget projected many important changes related to NRI investments and taxation. One of the very important changes that have gone unnoticed by tax experts is that India is preparing to comply with FATCA (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act) of USA. 502 more words

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Hungary and US FATCA enters into force

The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) agreement (2014) between Hungary and the United States entered into force on 16 July 2014.

Under the agreement, Foreign Financial Institutions (FFIs) in Hungary will report the information required under FATCA about U.S. 46 more words

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Malta and United States FATCA Enters Into Force

The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) agreement (2014) between Malta and the United States entered into force on 26 June 2014.

The Agreement, which is a Model 1A, was signed on 16 December 2013. 65 more words

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Lithuania signed FATCA agreement with United States

Lithuania and the United States signed a Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) Agreement, on August 26, 2014.

Under the agreement, Foreign Financial Institutions (FFIs) in Lithuania will report the information required under FATCA about U.S. 46 more words

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Mexico-US: FATCA agreement entered into force

The FATCA (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act) agreement between the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit of Mexico and the Department of the Treasury of the United States was signed on 9 April 2014 in order to developed International Tax Compliance and this agreement entered into force on 10 April 2014. 9 more words

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Marni Soupcoff: Ottawa is violating Canadians' constitutional rights to help the U.S. collect taxes

This week, two Ontario women launched a lawsuit against the Canadian government for agreeing to turn over the personal financial information of “U.S. persons” residing in Canada to the United States government. 829 more words

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