Make a tax-deductible donation to ACA Global Foundation's (ACAGF) educational and research work to support passage of Residence-Based Taxation (RBT). Living with the onerous IRS requirement to file US taxes regardless of your actual residency, you no doubt understand the need for the US to switch to a RBT system. That’s where ACA and ACAGF's research work comes in. ACAGF is going back to its data and research work fielded in 2017 and updating and adding to the work done by the highly regarded District Economics Group (DEG). ACAGF’s data is the only private-sector research on taxation of Americans overseas. ACAGF will use this research to educate the Congress and offices on Capitol Hill on the need to adopt RBT. ACAGF's research and educational efforts have already been invaluable in offices ACA has visited with and will be the lynchpin for Congressional hearings. Donate today, better yet, check with your employer to see if they have a donation matching program. ACAGF, as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, qualifies for matching donations.
Listen to ACA’s recent webinar with DEG on the importance of ACAGF's research work for RBT.
ACA is on-site in Washington, DC to monitor tax legislation that is on the agenda for the 117th Congress and will be taken up in the Fall of 2021.
ACA’s meetings with US Treasury and tax-writing committees tell us that individual international taxation will be addressed in upcoming legislative efforts.
ACAGF has the best private-sector research and data on the overseas American community.
Freedom of Information (FOIA) requests tell us that the IRS and the US Treasury have an incomplete picture of the community of taxpayers overseas.
ACAGF’s ground-breaking analysis of baseline information will be key to hearings held on the subject of international tax reform.
Data and research are the ‘coin of the realm” in Washington, DC and ACA continues to be the reputable and respected "go to source" for this.
Now is the time to donate.