September 18, 2019
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We have some big news today – Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney and Congressman Don Beyer have re-introduced two bills in Congress specifically designed to support overseas Americans. The bills would establish a commission to research the impact of US policy on Americans living abroad, and would protect Americans living outside of the US from FATCA reporting regulations. That’s not the only good news though, as there are details of new tax relief for overseas Americans, some great news from the US Air Force about their expanded relationship with the NHS, a competition to see a concert at the Royal Albert Hall, and to top it all off, a fascinating article about the American Aviatrixes who were pioneers of flight. Enjoy your newsletter!
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NEWS | New Legislation to Support Overseas Americans

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Article Two

NEWS | IRS New Procedures for Small Taxpayers

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NEWS | US Air Force in UK Expands NHS Partnership

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Article Four COMPETITION | Win Tickets to See ‘Settling The Score’ at the Royal Albert Hall
Article Five FEATURES | The American Aviatrixes
Article Six THE 4-1-1 | Articles to support overseas Americans
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