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Do You Have to Pay US Taxes on Foreign Income?

In the United States, taxes are levied based on the taxpayer’s citizenship, not the geographical location of the taxpayer. Income that United States citizens make in other countries—whether it’s earned income, unearned income, variable income, or...

Do US Citizens Have to Report Foreign Real Estate?

United States citizens who move to other countries still need to file their taxes and report their assets, which means that they have to report the real estate that they own in other countries. It’s easy for U.S. expats who own real estate to feel overwhelmed by...

Do US Citizens Living Abroad Pay State Taxes?

United States citizens who live in other countries tend to face more complicated tax requirements than citizens who reside in the United States. Citizens of the United States who live in other counties are subject to the same tax filing requirements since the...

The New (2019) IRS Tax Compliance Program for Expats

In 2019, the Large Business and International division of the IRS announced new compliance campaigns, one of which is known as the U.S. Expat Compliance Campaign. According to this program, United States citizens and long-term residents that were expatriated on or...
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