Owe The IRS? Then You Won’t Be Traveling Abroad!

Expats, do you plan to visit your family but your passport is about to expire? And, you owe the IRS? Well, embrace yourself for some unpleasant surprises. The IRS and Justice Department work together to get those who evade tax laws arrested upon arrival in the U.S. However, there are some...
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Affordable Care Act- FAQ for Expats and Self-Employed

The Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare as it is called colloquially, is now active in the United States. There are a number of questions about this act that are of concern to expats who wish to know how they will be impacted by it. There is a large number of...
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Alimony Payments to Residents and Nonresidents on US tax return

As a part of going through a divorce, ex-couples need to work out an agreement to divide the marital assets fairly. Since a major element of marriage is the financial partnership, a divorce should split all assets in half. One step in this process is deciding if alimony payments should...
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12 Top Expat Tax Tips for Americans living in Israel

Each year there is an increasing number of Americans who decide to live and work in Israel. These expats contact our firm often with questions on how the tax system is structured there, the social security benefits, and ways in which they might minimize US expat taxes. There is also...
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