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The majority of expats consistently feel that they should not be required to do so. In fact, 66.8% believe that the requirement is unfair. For a more detailed examination of the tax component of the survey results, read our recent blog post.
For those who keep up on our annual surveys, it should come as no surprise that expats feel essentially forsaken. 86.3% feel that the US government does not represent them. In fact, for expats who are seriously considering renunciation, 17.9% are doing so because their opinions differ so vastly with the current direction of the government.
Expats made their thoughts known on the state of American social issues. We asked what issue they thought was most important, and the breakdown is as follows:
What’s interesting is that on gun control and healthcare – the top two most important issues – expats agree. Of the expats that indicated gun control was the most important, 96.0% believe America needs to enact more regulations. Of the expats who felt most strongly about healthcare, 87.8% either agreed or strongly agreed that the US government should guarantee healthcare for its citizens. But the expats who agreed that immigration reform was the most important disagreed on why. 50.7% either agreed or strongly agreed that the government should do more about illegal immigration, which is a majority, but just barely.
These issues matter to Greenback because expats often experience barriers to voting, and so sometimes completing a survey is the only way to take a stance. It matters because expats deserve to have a say in the course of the country they call home. We are so grateful to be able to engage in discourse with our fellow expats, and the people who took the time to share with us are invaluable to our mission to protect and promote expat interests.
Maybe you’re one of the expats we surveyed that has never filed taxes. If your taxes are late, we can help make the process anxiety-free. Contact us today, and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you have!
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