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Residency Based Tax to be discussed at Free London Event / Webinar
Democrats Abroad UK are hosting a talk on the future of proposals for an end to Citizenship Based Taxation

Published on April 5, 2019

An event has been scheduled in London by Democrats Abroad UK for April 16, 2019, to discuss developments in their work on Residency Based Taxation (RBT) proposals for overseas Americans.

Citizenship Based Taxation (CBT) and its affect on Americans residing overseas has been a hot topic lately. After Congressman George Holding Introduced a bill in December 2018 to end CBT, Carmelan Polce, Head of Democrats Abroad Taxation Force, explained to The American magazine how their efforts were progressing. Ms Polce's observations in the March/April 2019 edition of The American magazine were accompanied by comments from American Citizens Abroad, an organization which has also been advocating for a change in how the US taxes overseas citizens.

The event run by Democrats Abroad UK is being described as a "Non-Partisan" discussion on the organizations work towards a new format of taxation. It will take place between 6:30pm and 9pm BST on April 16, 2019, at the offices of Seven Investment Management in the City of London (3rd Floor, 55 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 3AS). Tickets will be free, with only registration required. For those unable to attend in person, registration also offers the chance to see the event live as a Webinar. (NB: No on demand version of the session will be available).

Further details on the event, and registration for the event or Webinar, can be found via the following Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/dauk-tax-committee-meeting-tax-day-special-tickets-59414470280.

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