It has never been easier to be an expat, thanks to innovations in technology, growing use of social media, and the expansion of businesses supporting their employees working from home due to COVID-19. Advancements in new technology allow expats to work from anywhere, no matter where their company is located. With social media being as popular as ever, expats can easily communicate with loved ones and friends from overseas. The pandemic has allowed for many expats to work remotely from home in their new location. If you are a new expat and need tax filing assistance, get in touch with the ones who do it best at Expatriate Tax Returns.
If you are a U.S. citizen or green card holder living abroad from the United States, your worldwide income is still subject to U.S. income tax, and you will need to file your taxes even if there is no money owed. Contact Expatriate Tax Returns to get started. We make the process easy and make sure it is done right.
2020 has been one of the most unusual years in recent memory, but that does not mean you get to skip out on filing your taxes. If you have not yet filed taxes, you still can. If you are struggling to file your taxes and in need of assistance, get in touch with the experts at Expatriate Tax Returns.
Did you know that important tax dates are not always tied to the calendar year? If you pay quarterly taxes, then your specific quarterly dates may differ. If you are struggling with keeping track of your dates or need assistance, reach out to the experienced professionals at Expatriate Tax Returns. We make tax filing easy! Contact us anytime, we are here to help.
The Holiday Season is here, and we want to wish all of our customers and their families safe and happy celebrations. We know this is a difficult year, but we hope everyone can stay connected to loved ones and friends through video conferencing or phone. Looking forward to a better 2021! If you are in need of any expat tax services, please contact our office anytime.
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.
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