What’s Happening in the World of Expat Taxes?

How To Get An ITIN Number For Non-Residents & Expats

August 17, 2022
If you’re a US citizen who regularly files taxes, you likely have a Social Security number. But if you’re a non-citizen, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) still expects you to report taxes every year — for which you’ll need an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN).
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Living As An Expat In The United Kingdom

May 13, 2022
The United Kingdom checks a lot of boxes for a lot of Americans. Being a foreign country, it provides U.S. citizens with a healthy dose of exoticism. However, the language and culture are familiar enough that many Americans enjoy a relatively “soft landing” when they decide to relocate.
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Paying Wages To Overseas Employees

January 20, 2022
When it comes to taxes and payroll, every country does it differently. That can leave expats in a tricky space regarding paying foreign employees overseas. The payroll process might not be as straightforward as in their home country, and there can be legal consequences for getting it wrong.
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Taxes For US Citizens Retiring Abroad

January 5, 2022
The allure of living abroad can be irresistible — especially in one’s later years. In fact, hundreds of thousands  of Americans choose to spend their retirements relaxing on sandy beaches, eating exotic food and learning a foreign language.
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Understanding The FBAR Limit For Married Filing Jointly

January 3, 2022
FBAR (Foreign Bank Accounts Report) must be filed for expats who have international bank accounts. If your taxpayer status is married filing jointly, you may wonder whether you and your spouse can file one FBAR for the couple or whether each person needs to file this form.
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