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Saudi Arabia is to impose further taxes on expatriate employees from July 1. Read Full Story
The Governor of Kuwait's Central Bank has said he opposes calls to introduce a remittance tax in the country, saying that the measure would damage its economy and financial reputation. Read Full Story
Saudi Arabia has announced plans to balance its budget by 2020. Read Full Story
Companies face greater scrutiny over their tax affairs as more employees are working internationally, with 24 percent of businesses reporting a recent challenge from tax authorities, says PwC. Read Full Story
The Internal Revenue Service has released two new International Practice Units on payroll taxes payable by US citizens and resident aliens working abroad for a US employer, and on the requirement for the payment of those taxes by similar individuals who are self-employed. Read Full Story
1,380 US taxpayers gave up their passports or their green cards in the third quarter of 2016, the second-highest quarterly number on record, according to Treasury Department statistics published in the Federal Register. Read Full Story
On September 21, the US House of Representatives passed the bipartisan Mobile Workforce State Income Tax Simplification Act, which would provide a uniform framework for when states may tax nonresident employees who travel to the taxing state to perform work. Read Full Story
Another 508 US taxpayers gave up their passports or their green cards in the second quarter of 2016, a fall from the 1,158 expatriations seen in the first quarter, according to Treasury Department statistics published in the Federal Register. Read Full Story
The Internal Revenue Service has reminded US taxpayers living abroad, as well as other international taxpayers, that its website provides a good starting place for getting answers to their tax questions. Read Full Story
On December 3, the US Congress passed a USD305bn bill to fund the Highway Trust Fund over five years, and included two contentious tax measures that involve the use of private debt collectors to recover unpaid taxes and the denial of passports to individuals with tax debt. Read Full Story
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