Adults across the U.S. will recognize April 15th as Tax Day. This is when individual income tax returns are due. There is some flexibility for expatriates. The Internal Revenue Service website states that if you are “a U.S. citizen or resident alien residing overseas or are in the military on duty outside the U.S.” that you are given an automatic two-month extension for filing.
You are not required to submit a request to take advantage of this extension. Your tax filing will be due by June 15th if you qualify. As long as you pay all taxes (most expatriates don’t owe any taxes), no late penalties will be applied. A CPA can provide valuable financial advice and help ensure that you always pay the amount required by law – no more and no less. Make tax filing easy, contact Expatriate Tax Returns today.