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Editor: Paul L. Caron, Dean
Pepperdine University School of Law

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Harvey Presents FATCA and the Taxation of U.S. Citizens Living Abroad Today at Penn

HarveyJ. Richard "Dick" Harvey, Jr. (Villanova) presents Offshore Accounts: Insider's Summary of FATCA and Its Potential Future, 57 Vill. L. Rev. 472 (2012), and Worldwide Taxation of U.S. Citizens Living Abroad: Impact of FATCA and Two Proposals, 5 Geo. Mason J. Int'l Comm. L. ___ (2013), at Pennsylvania today as part of its Center for Tax Law & Policy Seminar Series hosted by Michael Knoll, Chris Sanchirico, and Reed Shuldiner:

When FATCA was unilaterally enacted in March 2010 it was far from clear whether it would ultimately be successful. The major issue was whether the US would need multilateral action in order for FATCA to be a success. Currently the US has signed 25 intergovernmental agreements with many more in the final stages of negotiation. When coupled with the OECD's recent issuance of a Common Reporting Standard, it appears that FATCA or some version is here to stay. However, there will be growing pains, and some of those pains could be significant.

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