Butler Snow’s Kurt G. Rademacher spoke with Hong Kong Today’s Mike Weeks on the US tax cuts pushed through by President Trump last year and the implications these tax cuts have for expatriate Americans who own businesses abroad.
The dramatic US tax cuts pushed through by President Trump last year have spurred strong gains in global stock markets due to the benefit they’re expected to bring to the American economy. But what are the implications for expatriate Americans who own businesses abroad? Mike Weeks asked Kurt Rademacher, the Director of International Tax Practice at law firm Butler Snow:
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