In the United States, the tax year coincides with the calendar year. April 15th is a known date for taxes due to the IRS for American citizens. This is not the case in all countries. There are numerous countries that do not base the tax date to the calendar year. This process can make it very confusing for expats to be able to exchange the information from one country to another and accurately file their U.S. tax return. As expat tax experts, Expatriate Tax Returns can help remove your stress and accurately file your return. Contact us to get started.
From everyone at Expatriate Tax Returns, we’d like to wish you a warm and Happy Thanksgiving!
We’re incredibly thankful that you turn to us for your tax needs. We make it our mission to use our knowledge of the ever changing tax codes to find your maximum return and assure that you are up to date on all necessary documents and filings. April 2020 will be here before you know it, so enjoy the holiday and remember we’re here to help you next year in all things taxes!
To all U.S. expats, have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!
Starting in July, letters started being sent to expats who have not paid their taxes, stating that a request will be made to the U.S. State Department to revoke their passports. If you live abroad and received this letter, you have 90 days to set up a payment plan with the government, according to the IRS email. For domestic tax payers you have 30 days to respond. Read Bloomberg Article for more details.
Contact Expatriate Tax Returns to learn more and for help on your expat tax filings.
Hiring a professional expat tax preparer can save you stress, time and money. Our specialists know exactly what documents you need and how to minimize taxes. Most of our clients don’t even end up owing taxes BUT filing is a must to stay compliant with the U.S. government. Don’t fret or worry about tax filing, contact Expatriate Tax Returns. We do expat taxes for a living.