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How U.K. Expats Deal With Back Taxes In The US?

  U.K. expats living in the U.S. must deal with the same tax obligations as any American citizen, regardless of whether they reside in the country permanently or temporarily. The IRS taxes U.S.-source income for all taxpayers who have established a “tax residence” in the United States and requires that expats file a tax return every year. ...

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A Comprehensive Guide To Taxation For US Digital Nomads

  As a digital nomad, where you pay taxes depends on your country of residence. According to United States laws, if you are an American citizen, you are still responsible for paying your self-employment tax on your income, no matter where you live. The US is one of the few countries in the world that taxes its residents based on citizenship and not on if you are living there presently.  Here ...

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7 Things You Should Know About Small Business Taxes in America

  Making key financial decisions for your business is hard enough as it is, but money matters become increasingly complex when you start throwing in tax terminology and filing practices. But if you’re setting up an online business, it’s a good idea to speak to a professional accountant before submitting your small business taxes in America. That way, you can maximize your deductions, submit y ...

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Tax Benefits For U.S. Expats Abroad

  Are you ready to file your U.S. tax return? In this article we’ll dive into the tax benefits and credits available to U.S. expats, to help you make sure you’re getting every deduction and credit you deserve.         Written for Expat Network by Eric Scali, Region Tax Manager for H&R Block Expat Tax Services   Living and working abroad can bring on more than a fe ...

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What U.S. Expats Should Know To Avoid Thousands In IRS Tax Penalties

  It’s that time of year again—are you ready to file your U.S. tax return? Filing while stateside can be complex enough, and expats have a few extra layers of complications added. In this article we’ll dive into the IRS tax penalties common to U.S. expats, and tips to avoid them this year and in future years.       Written exclusively for Expat Network by Eric Scali, Region Tax ...

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The Child Tax Credit For Expats

  The Child Tax Credit is a significant tax benefit available for American families with children, and in many cases US expat parents living and residing outside of the US can take advantage of the credit, even if their US tax liability is zero.          Written exclusively for Expat Network by John Rogers, US Expatriate Tax Accountant with Universal Tax Professionals, LLC ...

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U.S. Expat Tax Filing In 2022 – What You Need To Know

  Tax season is here once again, and if you’re a U.S. citizen residing outside of the United States, you may not have to pay a tax bill when you file your taxes, but you still have to file. In this article, we’ll look at what’s going to be new for U.S. expat tax filing in 2022.       Written exclusively for Expats Network by Nicolas Castillo,  Managing CPA at ...

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Everything You Need To Know About Renouncing U.S. Citizenship

  Section 349(a)(5) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) covers the loss of nationality under various circumstances, including the voluntary act.  Although permissible, there can be dire consequences if it’s taken lightly. Therefore, in this article, we briefly cover all the aspects of renouncing citizenship so that you can make an informed decision.    Why Do People Renounce the ...

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Still At Work As An American Expatriate

  The idea of living an expatriate life has always seemed exciting, exotic and alluring. That was before the nations of the world closed their borders, reopened them and—sometimes—closed and reopened them again. Also, that was before a large percentage of the American workforce realized it could accomplish its work without going to work.  What is involved to work as an American expatriate? ...

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Tax Filing 101: How To File Taxes As A US Expat

  Expats who live and/or work in a country other than their home country generally do so temporarily and often for work purposes.  US expats must still file their tax returns in the US even if they become liable to tax in the new home country.  This guide sets out how to file taxes as an expat.       Expats: Do They Have to Pay Taxes? Most expats can completely erase their US t ...

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