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.
Expat Tax Filing
States have different tax requirements for Expat tax filing. If you live in one of these states, Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming, you do not have to file for STATE TAX RETURNS. Some states require that you remove ties to your State License, Property Ownership, Bank accounts, etc., before you can be exempt from your state taxes. Do you know your state’s requirements? To make tax filing easier, get in touch with the experts at Expatriate Tax Returns.
Get your taxes done stress free with Expatriate Tax Returns. Expatriate Tax Returns offers HASSLE FREE TAX PREPARATION in three easy steps: 1. Complete our Client Census 2. Submit Documents 3. Respond. Once the payment is received, you can expect a “ready to file” return within 24 HOURS. Get in touch with the experts at Expatriate Tax Returns and get started now!
In the past, the U.S. has lost on average 1000 citizens per year, but 2020 is on track to be the year with the highest number of Americans who relinquish their citizenship. Almost 6000 Americans have already renounced their citizenship this year. The leading cause is the pandemic, as people question their connection with the U.S., many have chosen to cut ties. Some U.S. embassies have stopped in-person appointments to cancel citizenship. This is just another way that COVID-19 has impacted the entire world.
If you are a U.S. citizen, Expatriate Tax Returns is here to make your tax filing easy! We can be reached by phone or by using the flexibility offered by the internet. We continue to service U.S. citizens located anywhere in the world…safely, quickly, efficiently and professionally. Get in touch with our experts today!
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%.