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14 November 2019

 m   09:03  US tax pitfalls for a US person living abroad‎ (diff | hist) . . (+314). . TedSwippet (talk | contribs) (Add reference for 3520 penalties.)

12 November 2019

 m   10:05  US tax pitfalls for a US person living abroad‎ (diff | hist) . . (+633). . TedSwippet (talk | contribs) (A couple of changes based on forum feedback.)

11 November 2019

 m   22:38  US tax pitfalls for a US person living abroad‎ (diff | hist) . . (+276). . TedSwippet (talk | contribs) (Add French Assurance Vie and PEA accounts as not recognised by the US.)

9 November 2019

 m   20:06  US tax pitfalls for a US person living abroad‎ (diff | hist) . . (+22). . TedSwippet (talk | contribs) (Forward-link internally to 'Expatriation tax'.)

8 November 2019

     22:32  US tax pitfalls for a US person living abroad‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (+968). . [TedSwippet‎ (2×)]
 m    22:32 (cur | prev) . . (+847). . TedSwippet (talk | contribs) (Note the dual citizen exemption to exit tax, and separate out 401k and IRA treatments.)
      09:51 (cur | prev) . . (+121). . TedSwippet (talk | contribs) (Tweak the PRIIPs notes to make it clear that only EU residents are restricted by it.)
 m   15:10  Non-US investor's guide to navigating US tax traps‎ (diff | hist) . . (+225). . TedSwippet (talk | contribs) (Add see-also to 'US tax pitfalls for a US person living abroad'. Note two probably deficient estate tax treaties.)