This is Post 6 in a series of posts describing the historical, statutory and regulatory evolution of Mr. FBAR*
These posts are organized on the page “The Little Red FBAR Book“.
Mr. FBAR Visits The Supreme Court Of The United States!
All #Americansabroad should read this wonderful article by @AndreasKluth about the unfairness and destructive effects of #FATCA @citizenshiptax @InFBARWeTrust. There is an extensive comment section which should be used to further the advocacy …https://t.co/dWY5vOWraa
— John Richardson – lawyer for "U.S. persons" abroad (@ExpatriationLaw) August 26, 2022
But, maybe the issue is whether a civil FBAR penalty can be imposed at all instead of how much of a penalty can be imposed?