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Domicile (Residency) Determination for U.S. Citizens Moving Abroad

For people of every age and occupation, a move abroad can be an exciting development that leads to personal and professional growth, but it can also make things even more complicated come tax season. Even domestic Americans experience difficulties and complications...

What Do I Do If My ITIN Number Is Expired?

The process of filing a federal tax return is notoriously difficult and stressful, especially when you don’t have the benefit of a permanent Social Security Number to use when filling out your return. Such is the case for many citizens from other countries with...

How to Determine Residency for Tax Purposes as a U.S. Expat

Living and working abroad can be the fulfillment of a dream or just a great way to advance your professional career. However, living abroad requires planning and foresight when dealing with taxation issues. If you are a United States citizen living overseas, your...

What is an Expatriate Tax?

For many people, living or retiring abroad is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream. However, anyone living outside the country must understand the tax rules that apply to them. The United States has a tax system that is based on citizenship, not residence. Therefore,...

How Do I Know If My ITIN Number Is Expired?

Paying your taxes seems like something that should be easy – you owe some amount, you pay it, and you move on with your life – but doing so can prove to be quite complicated, especially if you’re an expat or foreign citizen with an obligation to the...

Will My Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) Expire?

Moving to the United States and maintaining a job there can be very beneficial, but also very stressful – not least because of the convoluted tax payment and reporting requirements imposed by the U.S. tax code. Even those who choose to stay in their current...
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