Friday, December 10, 2021
2:00 pm Paris, South Africa, 8:00 am Toronto, 5:00 pm Abu Dhabi
An introduction to principles and practices in data protection.
Participants must have a Confidentiality Agreement on file
There will be a walk through of our processes and some background on GDPR in Democrats Abroad, followed by a general Q&A session for you to ask any questions you may have.
It's recommended to have looked at the GDPR Guide & Workbook and taken the self-correcting test at least once.
Please note: It’s essential to RSVP to receive the WEBEX link and other detailsWHENDecember 10, 2021 at 8:00am
Q& A session: AP friendly
9:00 am Stockholm, 2:00pm Bangkok, 6:00 pm Sydney, 8:00 Aukland
A chance to come and ask your questions, without needing to sit through a whole training.
Do you have questions now that you’re starting to do the work yourself? Or maybe you’ve been working with Nationbuilder for a while but you have a particular challenge and would like some help. Or maybe conversation and screensharing is just a better way for you to learn something than a helpdesk ticket.
We’d like to help you get comfortable with the tools we have that will help you to do your work!
Please note: It’s essential to RSVP for the Q&A session, as we won't hold the meeting if there are no RSVPs.WHENOctober 27, 2021 at 3:00am
@DALionCity tweeted link to Tax Reform for Americans Abroad THIS YEAR - Updates from the Taxation Task Force. 2021-06-04 05:09:50 -0400Tax Reform for Americans Abroad THIS YEAR - Updates from the Taxation Task Force https://www.democratsabroad.org/httpstwittercomvanessawmoore/tax_reform_for_americans_abroad_this_year_-_updates_from_the_taxation_task_force?recruiter_id=365846Here are some important things the Taxation Task Force wrote to the government about over the last few months:3 March letter to Treasury - seeking improvements to pandemic aid deliver and service generally to Americans abroad31 March Statement to Senate Finance Committee hearing - raising Americans Abroad taxation issues.20 April Letter to Senate Finance Committee - asking for tax reforms for Americans abroad to be included in the International Taxation Overhaul.3 May Letter to FinCEN - asking for updates to the FBAR as they establish implementation rules for the Corporate Transparency Act.6 May Statement to Senate Subcommittee - making the case for a group of reform recommendations to ease the tax and filing burden placed on Americans Abroad.18 May Statement to Senate Subcommittee - highlighting the ways Americans Abroad are forgotten when tax enforcement legislation is enacted and recommending reforms.24 May Statement to House Subcommittee - outlining our recommendations for creating a fairer tax system for Americans abroad.26 May Letter to Treasury Department - seeking clarification on the access of Americans abroad to the American Rescue Plan Act's expanded advanced Child Tax Credit.2 June Letter to Treasury Department - warning of increasing FATCA problems for Americans abroad with the proposed expansion of financial account reporting.Read more
Vanessa Moore published Your Representative Belongs in the Congressional Americans Abroad Caucus. Ask them to join TODAY! in News 2021-04-27 05:21:49 -0400
Having a Congress that understands and supports the Americans abroad community is essential to building critical Congressional support for our reform recommendations. That's why we are working to increase membership in the Congressional Americans Abroad Caucus - a group of Congressional leaders motivated to address the unique issues of the Americans abroad community.
Invite your Congressperson to join the American Abroad Caucus TODAY.
Find a script, ways to get in touch and more details about the caucus and our caucus membership drive. CLICK HERE if you are on a handheld device. CLICK HERE to download our Americans Abroad Caucus Membership Drive Participation Guide.
The Americans Abroad Caucus was founded by Rep Carolyn Maloney (D-NY12) and is currently chaired by Rep. Maloney and Rep. Dina Titus (D-NV01). A recent register of the Americans Abroad Caucus members is here.
The caucus helps guide us when we have reforms to present, problems that require government support or questions that relate to the federal government. They are critical help in our work to provide tax relief for Americans abroad, plus expand voting rights, address our immigration issues, and so much more.
We have prepared this participation guide and this webpage for handheld devices which includes everything you need for participating in the Americans Abroad Caucus Membership Drive. If you have any questions about the campaign or the advice in the guides please send questions to [email protected]
Thank you for your support for this campaign and for our work on behalf of the Americans abroad community.
Vanessa Moore published Taxation and Covid Stimulus Payments Webinar in News 2021-04-27 05:10:50 -0400
DAUK hosted a webinar on Thursday 22 April with advice on tax filing and COVID stimulus payments. Click HERE to watch webinar
Vanessa Moore published American Rescue Plan stimulus payments are STILL GOING OUT! More information here... in News 2021-04-27 05:06:43 -0400
On Friday 23 April the IRS published a bulletin describing the 2 million payments they distributed in the 6th batch of Economic Impact Payments (EIPs) from the American Rescue Plan Act. This is the U.S. Government's 3rd round of EIPs since the pandemic started: EIP1 = $1200 (Mar 2020); EIP2 = $600 (Dec 2020); EIP3 = $1400 (Feb 2021). The IRS 23 April bulletin is copied in full at the very end of this post.
Democrats Abroad continues to hear from eligible Americans abroad waiting for their EIP(s) and wanting to contact the IRS. The IRS has published this information about how to contact them from abroad. The International Call Center contact numbers listed at this website, open Monday through Friday from 6am to 11pm Eastern time, are:
You have the best chance of being near the front of the queue if you begin dialing at 6am US Eastern time, though many have reported long wait times even if they started dialing early.
You might also try to reach the IRS with a question through your member of the House of Representatives. Your Representative has constituent services officers, usually in the district office, to handle a range of constituent issues. You can request that your Representative's Constituent Advocate access the Congressional Liaison to the IRS on your behalf. You may be able to get in contact with the IRS in this way, though, again, many have reported to us that their outreach to constituent services staff was fruitless. It's no magic bullet, but it is worth a try. Here's how:Read more