U.S. citizens living abroad still need to file their taxes. While those living abroad have two extra months to do so, this process involves quite a few documents. These include your U.S. Individual Income Tax Return (1040) and the accompanying forms, as well as several forms for your foreign earned income.
Some digital nomads may also need to file a Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts. To better understand your income tax requirements and take advantage of tax benefits, consider using tax software like MyExpatTaxes, which walks you step-by-step through the filing process.