June 20, 2019
The American magazine's Newsletter

See this newsletter in your browser 
June 17 was the US Tax deadline for overseas Americans – if you’ve filed, relax! The hard part’s over, at least until next year. We’ve tried to avoid this week’s newsletter being too taxing – instead, we have some great and enjoyable articles to read, including an interview with Steve Bales, the man who said ‘Go!’ to landing on the Moon almost 50 years ago, a look back almost 100 years ago at the first East to West Transatlantic Flight, and an insightful chat with Rock icon Graham Nash.
If you haven’t filed your Tax Return though, check out our re-designed A-List Directory which features US Tax experts and other firms who can help overseas Americans.
Enjoy your newsletter!
Article One

NEWS | Reduced Rail Services This Week near US Embassy London

Banner One

Article Two

NEWS | Brexit Propels US Buyers in London

Article Three

NEWS | Supreme Court ruling impacting non-US companies selling into American markets

Banner Two

Article Four

NEWS | New Look for The American’s A-List Directory – find experts who can help overseas Americans

Article Five INTERVIEW | Steve Bales – the man who said 'Go!' to the moon landing
Article Six HISTORY | The First East to West Transatlantic Flight 100 Years Ago
Article Seven INTERVIEW | Graham Nash: Wild Tales Over The Years
Article Eight POLITICS | Being an Expat Yank Journalist in a Sizzling Political Scene
Article Nine THEATER REVIEW | A Midsummer Night's Dream
You're receiving this newsletter as a subscriber or friend of The American. It has additional news, information, offers or competitions that you may find interesting. If you don't wish to receive this any more simply unsubscribe by replying to this e-mail with 'UNSUBSCRIBE' in the subject or message, or by e-mailing us at unsub@theamerican.co.uk

Blue Edge Publishing Ltd. Old Byre House East Knoyle, Salisbury Wiltshire SP3 6AW, UK


Tanager Wealth Management

© All contents of www.theamerican.co.uk and The American copyright Blue Edge Publishing Ltd. 1976–2021
The views & opinions of all contributors are not necessarily those of the publishers. While every effort is made to ensure that all content is accurate
at time of publication, the publishers, editors and contributors cannot accept liability for errors or omissions or any loss arising from reliance on it.
Privacy Policy       Archive