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Americans Paying Up Wherever They Reside Beseech Congress

The Internal Revenue Service reaches every corner of Charles Allard’s world.

The 48-year-old U.S. citizen, who lives in Hong Kong and works for a financial services company, is among a group of Americans living abroad who are seizing the debate over a U.S. tax code rewrite to push for changing a policy that taxes citizens’ income regardless of where it’s earned.