The U.S. Presidential election is underway and some U.S. expats are wondering if their vote from abroad will affect their tax status. Voting is a U.S. citizen’s constitutional right and is not conditional on having filed or paid income taxes, so it will not increase your federal or state income tax liability.
Expats have a voice in U.S. policy, and the best way to express your opinion is by voting. A record-breaking over 5 million expats are expected to vote this year, and their votes could have a significant impact on the 2020 election. The most pressing topics for expats when choosing a candidate this year are taxes and COVID-19 response. Traditionally expats have had a meager voter turnout at less than 10%, but this year it is expected to be over 75%.
The 2020 tax filing deadline has passed and many expats missed it. Sometimes life happens and people overlook getting their taxes filed. Expatriate Tax Returns understands and will help you recover quickly, so that you are in good financial standing with the IRS with no tax worries. No matter how many months or years you are behind, you can rely on Expatriate Tax Returns to get you back on track. It’s easy to get started, click here to begin the Expatriate Tax Return Secure Quick Start Now form.
|Expatriate Tax Returns makes tax filing easy! Our job is to help American expats file their taxes efficiently and properly no matter where they live around the world. With the current pandemic, we want to make this process as stress free as possible. You have enough to worry about, let us handle your taxes. Get started now!|