Can Canadians be Accidental Americans? Do they Need to Pay U.S. Taxes?

At least some Canadians may be aware that the United States’ method of taxation is unique among all other developed nations. That is, U.S. individuals are generally taxed on the basis of their citizenship rather than on the basis of an economic nexus. Therefore,...

6 Important Income Tax Changes for Citizens Abroad in 2016

There’s a famous quote that says nothing is certain but death and taxes.  Yet while taxes may be certain, consistency in the tax code is not.  Whether you’re a citizen abroad or live on US soil, there are six significant changes you should know...

Avoid These 3 Common Tax Mistakes Made by Expats

The tax code isn’t exactly known for being easy to understand, especially when it comes to international taxation.  Unfortunately, its complexities often lead well-meaning taxpayers to make costly errors.  The good news is that these pitfalls are easy...

How Does the IRS Decide if an FBAR Violation was Willful?

If you’re a regular reader of our tax blog, you may already be familiar with the IRS FBAR requirement, or Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts.  If this term is new to you, here’s a quick summary to get you caught up: all U.S. persons,...

IRS Now Recognizes Same-Sex Marriage In Every State

On June 26, 2015, the United States Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 decision that the Due Process and Equal Protection Clauses of the Fourteenth Amendment guaranteed the right to same-sex marriage. The landmark ruling, known as Obergefell v. Hodges, was a monumental...

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