Kim G.C. Moody of Moodys Gartner Tax Law (home of Roy Berg) thinks our opinions and voices are “inaccurate,” “incomplete” and “inflammatory.”
In FATCA A Canadian Perspective, Mr. Moody writes:
In today’s day and age, anyone with a microphone and access to the Internet can provide their opinion, and while free and open democracies need freedom of speech in order to function, sometimes the loudest opinions are inaccurate, incomplete and, in the FATCA world, inflammatory.
The Chief Jingo of Canada is proud to say she has never met a microphone she hasn’t loved and uses it to promote the accurate adn complete story behind FATCA.
Mr. Moody concedes:
One group who may feel blindsided by citizenship taxation laws are “accidental Americans.”
His solution: Renounce–even though he admits how difficult that is.
Of course, Mr. Moody wants us to all become complaint. How to do that? Come to Moodys Gartner
Mr. Moody does get one thing right.
FATCA is not going away and, instead, it appears as if the wildfire is spreading fast.
On the topic of those pesky little details like Canada’s privacy laws, the Charter and sovereignty, Mr. Moody says
I am simply a tax practitioner…
Hmmm. Roy Berg used the word mugger in another recent article. Oh wait. Is that “inflammatory?”