Confusion. It’s a feeling we’ve all experienced from time to time and no one likes feeling that way. When it comes to taxes, just about everyone feels confused and that is even more the case when it comes to Expatriate Taxes.
For example, tax terms like the the FBAR (Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts) can be extremely confusing for American expats to understand. The FBAR is necessary to pay if you have a financial interest in or signature authority over a foreign financial account, including a bank account, brokerage account, mutual fund, trust, or other type of foreign financial account. Not only is the FBAR confusing, but it can also be confusing to even know when the FBAR is due. The official IRS website hasn’t even been clear on this, but we informed our clients that the FBAR for your 2016 tax returns is extended to October 15.
With a change in administrations in Washington, all of the tax details for expats continues to change and be confusing. At Expatriate Tax Returns, our goal is to remove the confusion from preparing and filing your expat taxes. We know you’re busy, successful individuals who are living and working abroad. We don’t want you to be frustrated, confused or hassled with your expat tax returns or trying to figure out the intricate tax laws of the IRS as they pertain to American expatriates.
As April quickly approaches, our tax professionals at ExpatriateTaxReturns.com are ready, willing and able to help our clients during this tax season. Preparing tax returns for U.S. expats requires an added level of dedication and that’s why we prefer the mantra “Going the extra mile for our clients.”
Nobody likes feeling confused, especially smart and successful executives like our clients. Call Expatriate Tax Returns today to see how we’re going to go the extra mile for you. That’s our pledge and you can hold us to it! Simply fill out the easy form on the front of our website or call our Support Hotline today: (877) ETAX-123 or (877) 382-9123.