New legislation requiring financial firms to keep track of U.S. investors living overseas will become effective as of January 2014.
But about a quarter of the 217 financial institutions responding have little or no awareness of the legislation called the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act or FATCA even though it was passed in 2010. Its goal: to weed out U.S. tax evaders abroad so they can pay their fare share of taxes.
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