New U.S. International Data Sharing Agreement Could Mean Big Trouble For Americans Living Abroad

New U.S. International Data Sharing Agreement Could Mean Big Trouble For Americans Living Abroad
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7 A.M. EDT, April 3, 2012

New U.S. International Data Sharing Agreement Could Mean Big Trouble For Americans Living Abroad

International Tax Accounting Firm, Bright!Tax©, CEO to Explain and Offer Straight Forward Solutions, Live, on the Overseas Radio Network

New York, NY: What happens to US expatriate tax payers when the IRS achieves breakthrough agreements with the 5 leading nations of Europe that reveals all of one’s personal data?

Discover what is happening and the unfolding drama when Bright!Tax© CEO & Founder, Greg Dewald, appears live on the Overseas Radio Network. Dewald is a multi-award winning Internet entrepreneur who, at the helm of his latest startup, Bright!Tax©, a worldwide provider of cloud-based income tax preparation services for Americans living abroad, will discuss the implications for US expatriates of the new data sharing agreements with Doni Belau, host of her own show on the Overseas Radio Network. Belau is the founder of Girls’ Guide to Paris, an Internet website and resource for women living abroad in and around greater Paris, France.

The show will be broadcast live on April 16, 2012 at 10 AM and is accessible via the wider Internet and more specifically at http://overseasradio.com/doni-belau/ . For further inquiries, please contact Hite Clay at hite.clay@bright-tax.com .

Register now, and your Bright!Tax CPA will be in touch right away to guide you through the next steps.

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