Is the U.S. imposing a more punitive tax system on dual citizens abroad than on homeland Americans?

By April 12, 2019 Liquid Lunch

U.S. Worldwide Taxation Imposed on Dual Citizens Living Outside The United States – Tax professionals are asked by John Richardson whether they believe that the United States is imposing a more punitive tax system on dual citizens abroad than on homeland Americans?

This is a series of eight related videos which discuss the premise that the United States is imposing a separate and more punitive tax system on U.S. dual citizens who live in (and are tax residents of) other countries. The videos were motivated by recent posts by Toronto lawyer John Richardson (http://www.TaxResidentAbroad.com) and Dubai based lawyer Virginia La Torre Jeker (http://www.us-tax.org) . This discussion took place on March 18, 2019.

The two posts giving rise to the video discussions are:

John Richardson – The United States Imposes A Separate And More Punitive Tax on Dual Citizens Who Are Tax Residents Of Other Countries

U.S. Imposes A Punitive Tax On Dual Citizens: 150+ Comments

Virginia La Torre Jeker – US Tax Law to American Abroad – “How Do I Hate Thee, Let Me Count the Ways”
US Tax Law to American Abroad – “How Do I Hate Thee, Let Me Count the Ways”

Joining John Richardson and Virginia La Torre Jeker in the discussion are Toronto based U.S. tax specialists:

Elena Hanson – Hanson Cross Border Tax – http://hcbtax.com/about-elena-hanson/

Peter MeGoudis – Trowbridge – https://www.trowbridge.ca/about-us