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What Happens If You Don’t File Taxes While Living Abroad?

Figuring out your tax obligations as a U.S. expat tends to be extremely complicated. Not only does an American living abroad face the same income tax return filing requirements as domestic citizens and residents, but they also have to include several additional forms...

Do I Have to File New York Taxes If I Live Abroad?

State taxes may seem like a straightforward topic for an American living abroad, but moving to another state – or even another country – doesn’t exempt a taxpayer from their obligations to either the federal or state government (at least, not...

Do I Have to File California Taxes If I Live Abroad?

Expats have to deal with a whole host of tax concerns that domestic Americans don’t, not only when filing an income tax return but also when reporting assets and financial holdings. For U.S. citizens living abroad, that means a lot more paperwork – and a...

Do I Have to File State Taxes If I Live Outside the U.S.?

The tax requirements for Americans who live abroad tend to be much more complicated than those for domestic citizens or residents. Many of the same filing requirements still apply to U.S. citizens who live in another country, as the government taxes Americans based on...

What U.S. Taxes Do American Expats Have to Pay?

Though an American expat might understandably believe that leaving the country negates any tax obligation to the U.S. government, the reality is that the Internal Revenue Service will still expect a tax return (among other paperwork) on April 15, even if you live on...

What is the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion (FEIE)?

The U.S. tax system is confusing under the best of circumstances; the system only becomes more complicated for tax preparation for expats living abroad. Though many Americans living abroad may believe that moving away frees them from their obligations to the Internal...
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