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On reflection, I should have left you out of it. In the heat of the moment -- and on the web -- it's easy to post first and think later.
They aren't assumptions -- it's called healthy skepticism after learning that just about everything we were told about ToJ isn't true.I feel like a dupe, and I hate feeling that way. I'm sure you do too.Thanks for providing further details.Peter
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Sorry, I think that window has long passed. At this point the trial is moving on to the penalty phase.Edit: And if Drew isn't a U.S. citizen, we'll find that out soon enough. Look, we don't even know if that's his real name, or frankly what Chariy's is either. Then there's the mysterious "Daniel" and "Sally." Lesson learned for me, even if it was an expensive one: Know who you're doing business with.
NN knows what's up. This is absolutely accurate for U.S. citizens living abroad. My overseas bro! Just filed my FBAR yesterday. Due June 30.The U.S. won't double tax you, but they will make sure that every single cent in difference between foreign taxes paid or credited and what they think you should pay will be collected.
As a U.S. citizen living abroad, I can say with absolute utter certainty the IRS needs to know your overseas income, regardless of whether you owe U.S. taxes on it. Not only that, but you are required to file FBAR form every year listing your overseas bank accounts. The United States is nearly unique in their thoroughness and willingness to track foreign income and investments of its citizens.If Drew paid taxes to Japan or Korea, it doesn't matter to the IRS. They still...
^^Thanks for IRS link, was gonna look that up. It's worth trying all the angles, especially ones that don't involve us paying out any more money.
I'm very confident, given what I know about how hard it is to change/renounce citizenship. At the very least he is a United States national -- the ToJ birth legend references his living in Washington DC I believe. At any rate, the US Embassy and IRS could track him down quite easily.Hell, the IRS probably has some sort of reporting system for possible tax avoidance. I'll look into that, too.
^^I'm in, for what it's worth. Here are a few things everyone owed money or jackets should do: 1. File a complaint with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission here: https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov. Use the "online shopping" tab at left. Include Libertine's address, Facebook page, and phone number and the toj email, as that's all we have as contact information. In the complaint I filed, I noted that Drew is almost certainly a US citizen, and may have been avoiding taxes....
This advice is gold. The other day to work I wore Uniglo slim selvedge jeans (19.99 on sale), oxford (same price), underwear (5.00), supima T-shirt (9.90) ... and $725 Vibergs,
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