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What IRS Relief is Available for Former U.S. Citizens?

There are plenty of circumstances in which a U.S. citizen may want to relinquish their citizenship, but a process this complicated and potentially expensive should not be undertaken lightly. The Internal Revenue Service and U.S. Department of State require someone...

How Taxes Are Filed for Online Sellers or Service Providers

Scenario 1: Your company does not have any connections to any of the U.S. suppliers. You are simply soliciting, accepting, and fulfilling orders out of a foreign country. You do not have any offices and any employees on U.S. soil. You do not use any vendors and do not...

How Do I File My US Taxes from Abroad?

Tax time is a stressful period for pretty much everybody, but it can be doubly so for U.S. taxpayers living outside the United States. As though the process of filing your U.S. taxes wasn’t complicated enough, doing so from abroad likely means having to submit a...

Do You Pay US Taxes on the Sale of Inherited Foreign Property?

It may be uncommon, but it sometimes passes that an American citizen inherits property in another country after the death of a relative. However, even if the property in question lies outside the borders of the United States, the citizen who now owns it is still...

Do You Have to Pay US Taxes on Foreign Inheritance?

Though the passing of a loved one is undoubtedly a difficult event, it sometimes happens that a person benefits financially from such an occurrence because they are the recipient of an inheritance. In many cases, especially those involving large amounts of money,...

How Can You Avoid Paying US Taxes Abroad?

Though it may seem counterintuitive, moving to another country does not free an American citizen from their tax obligations in the U.S. That’s because the United States is one of only two countries in the world that taxes based on citizenship instead of where...
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