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Saturday, May 18, 2013

FATCA: Toward a Multilateral Automatic Information Reporting Regime

Joanna Heiberg (J.D. 2013, Washington & Lee), Note, FATCA: Toward a Multilateral Automatic Information Reporting Regime, 69 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 1685 (2012):

This Note will argue that international cooperation is essential for successful FATCA implementation. Part II will provide background information on offshore tax evasion and existing U.S. mechanisms for international tax enforcement. Part III will explain key FATCA provisions, and Part IV will discuss concerns regarding FATCA as originally enacted. Finally, Part V will introduce the proposed intergovernmental approach to FATCA and argue that international cooperation and development of standardized requirements will mitigate FATCA concerns and facilitate its implementation. Part V also argues that abandonment of the U.S. policy of citizenship-based taxation is necessary to achieve an efficient multilateral FATCA regime.

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