Tax Season has begun. We understand that this produces anxiety for some. Please don’t fret or procrastinate. Let our tax experts help you get this done and out of the way. If you are a U.S. expat or green card holder, you must file U.S. taxes. The good news is that most of our clients OWE NO TAX. Expatriate Tax Returns makes tax filing easy and assures that it is done accurately, adhering to the most recent U.S. tax laws. Contact us to get started.
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Choosing the right tax preparer is an important decision. It involves finding a knowledgeable and trustworthy company. We understand that finding the right professional is essential. Whether it is your first time working with a tax professional, or you have always used one, it is crucial to make sure you make a smart and safe choice when using a professional. Expatriate Tax Returns is licensed, experienced and knowledgeable. We make sure your tax filing is done right and on time.
If you need assistance with your tax filing, contact Expatriate Tax Returns. We are owned and operated by a licensed CPA. We do our own tax work right in house for over 25 years and all preparers work directly for Expatriate Tax Returns. We adhere to IRS strict guidelines. Contact us today for an easy and accurate tax filing.
With all of the stress that is going on in the world, let us take some weight off your shoulders and file your taxes for you. Our expat tax preparers know the ins and outs of the changing U.S. tax laws. If you are living abroad, you are still required by law to file a U.S. tax return, even if you are like most of our clients and do not owe money. Rest easier by making sure your taxes are prepared properly. GET STARTED.
U.S. Citizens and green card holders that live abroad must file taxes even if there is no money owed. If you do not file, you may receive a penalty even if you did not originally owe taxes to the IRS or to the state. If you haven’t filed previously, we can help. Contact us to get started.
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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