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U.S. Tax Forms and FBAR all in one place, all with one fixed price. From one expatriate to another, we know how frustrating and expensive this process can be. So let us help you be compliant with the U.S. tax code and avoid double taxation.
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- Check to see if you qualify for expat tax benefits
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It’s never been easier to move and work abroad, so why are filing taxes as an expat still complicated? It shouldn’t be.
As an expat, you shouldn’t automatically be labeled as the “advanced” user requiring the “premium” price. Welcome to the new way to handle your taxes, no matter where you choose to work and live.
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As a U.S. expat (assuming you are a citizen/green card holder), you are required to file an annual tax return to the IRS – reporting worldwide income. Don’t believe us? Look at the U.S. passport, Page 52, Section D. You might even be liable for filing the FBAR to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network.
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