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When is a relationship with the US not so special?

Subsequent events have suggested that many feel that Mrs May should change that relationship status from special to it’s complicated.

For many others outside the US, their relationship with the US is also complicated. To read more about the special tax relationship that the US imposes on its citizens and ‘accidental’ citizens, wherever they are, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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