This post concludes with:
“In conclusion …
For it’s worth, I believe that U.S. citizenship taxation is IN EFFECT a threat to Canada’s sovereignty and the sovereignty of every country where U.S. citizens (as defined by and only by the U.S.) reside.
For the record this does NOT mean that the Alliance For The Defence of Canadian Sovereignty is planning to initiate a lawsuit against U.S. citizenship taxation.”
Prologue: Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau speaking to the Washington, DC Press Club – 1969
The Elephant Today: FATCA, FBAR and U.S. Citizenship Taxation – How “even-tempered” is the beast?
I have been watching with interest a recent discussion at the Isaac Brock Society about U.S. citizenship taxation. Much of the discussion was focused on whether the Alliance For The Defence of Canadian Sovereignty should initiate a lawsuit against U.S. citizenship taxation. (This post is NOT to comment on that specific question.) Interestingly, much of the discussion centered around the question of whether, U.S. citizenship impacts on Canada’s Sovereignty. Some commenters believe it DOES impact on Canada’s sovereignty. Others believe U.S. citizenship taxation does NOT impact on Canada’s Sovereignty. I use the word “impact” to…
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