U.S. citizens living and working in another country are required to file U.S. taxes. The IRS is no longer letting expats slide with late or overdue tax filings. Passports are at stake. Don’t stress. We can get this straightened out for you and take away your worries. Contact us today!
revoking U.S. passports
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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