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

Do you plan to travel abroad but your passport is about to expire? And, you owe the IRS? Or, may be you are one of the American expats that hasn’t filed a tax return since you moved abroad? Well, embrace yourself for some unpleasant surprises like a passport denial or...
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Foreign Nationals can minimize US tax by filing Form W8BEN

Individuals and entities such as foreign corporations are still subject to US tax at a flat rate of 30% on income received from US sources, even if they are not US citizens or residents. A taxpayer may have the opportunity to reduce this fixed tax rate by filing Form W8BEN...
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Guide to IRS Form 8833, Tax Treaties and US expat tax return

US taxpayers who live abroad have the valid concern of paying tax twice on their income. In an attempt to avoid this issue, the United States has entered into tax treaties with a number of countries, aimed at avoiding double taxation for US taxpayers abroad and foreign nationals living inside...
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Employee or Self-Employed While Working Abroad as an Expat?

An American taxpayer who is living overseas and engaged in work as an independent contractor or sole owner of an unincorporated business in a foreign country may easily be confused by the complexity of U.S. tax laws as they pertain to them. The main issue that expats must face is...
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