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We scour and examine the complexities of IRS and state tax laws to make filing taxes as a US expat easy

ITIN Individual Taxpayer Identification Number for Taxes

If you do not have a Social Security Number (SSN) and need to file US expat taxes, you can apply for an ITIN. An ITIN…

Expat Tax Filing for Dual Citizenship

It is written in US law that every US citizen and green card holder must file and pay US taxes every year. This even goes…

Relief Procedures for Certain Former Citizens

By Michelle H. October 18, 2019 Accidental Americans
Are you an Accidental American or American abroad considering giving up your US citizenship? The IRS has created a new program in September for relief…

New IRS Compliance Initiative Aimed at US Expatriates

On July 2019, the IRS Large Business and International division (LB&I) announced the approval of six additional compliance campaigns. The one we're concerned about is…

How to Become Tax Compliant as an Accidental American

By Michelle H. September 30, 2018 Accidental Americans
Did you know there is a rather straightforward process to get you back on the tax compliant track with the IRS if you are an…

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