SEAT co-founder John Richardson interviewed by Peter Palsen of Frost Law

On 26 May 2021, SEAT co-founder John Richardson sat down with Peter Palsen of Frost Law for an interview on a wide range of subjects relating to the U.S. extraterritorial tax system.

Read about their discussion in the American Expat Financial News Journal here.

Hear the interview here:

Chapters: 0:30 – Opener 0:31 – Intro 0:40 – Why Is There a Need for This Cause? 2:10 – What Has Changed in The Last 20 Years? 4:00 – Relationship Between the IRS and Expatriates 5:25 – American Citizens Abroad 6:15 – U.S. Getting Onboard with Expatriate Taxation Norms 7:30 – Renouncing U.S. Citizenship 9:30 – Republicans Overseas 10:10 – SEAT 10:20 – Democrats Abroad 10:50 – Infrastructure Proposals 16:45 – Wealth Tax 18:20 – How Are Canadian Small Businesses Being Affected 20:30 – Monte Silver 22:30 – What Resources Are Available? 25:20 – American Expat Financial News Journal 25:45 – Outro

 

2 thoughts on “SEAT co-founder John Richardson interviewed by Peter Palsen of Frost Law

  1. DemsAbroad deserve a heaping amount of scorn for advocating for CBT while disingenuously pretending they are advocating for change. But where has the Republicans Overseas been lately? They are not advocating for anything. No studies, no recruitment, nothing. Both organizations are bad news for citizens abroad.

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