American Citizens Abroad, a group representing U.S. expatriates, has submitted a tax proposal to the Senate Finance Committee recommending a number of international tax reforms, with the American Institute of CPAs also submitting its recommendations to the same committee on tax administration and simplification.
The proposals come in response to a request for feedback from Senate Financial Committee chairman Max Baucus, D-Mont., on one of his recent tax reform discussion drafts (see Senator Unveils Proposals for International Tax Reform).
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