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As President Joe Biden takes office on January 20, 2021, US expats may be wondering what types of tax changes to expect from the new administration. Throughout his campaign for the presidency, Biden proposed tax reform to reverse some of the changes enacted as part of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed by President Trump. Here’s what Biden’s tax plan could mean for American expats and corporations overseas.
Biden has proposed raising income tax rates for top earners, increasing estate and gift tax rates, as well as bumping up the Child Tax Credit amount. Specifically, Biden’s plan includes:
Along with these individual tax policy changes, President Biden’s tax plan includes increasing the corporate tax rate and expanding GILTI taxation. The proposed changes include:
Only time will tell if President Biden’s proposed tax plans will translate into law. In the meantime, you can take action to make keeping up with your expat tax filing requirements as pain-free as possible:
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The IRS will officially kick off tax season on Febuary 12, 2021. As soon as you receive the documentation needed to file your return, start the filing process to have an accountant review your situation and help you file ASAP. The sooner you file, the better you’ll feel!
Many expats panic at the thought of being years behind on their taxes. Fortunately, the IRS offers a straight-forward way to get caught up using the Streamlined Filing Procedures. This program waives the penalties for expats whose lack of filing was non-willful (not intentional), making it a simpler and more cost-effective way to become compliant—no matter how far you’re behind!
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When you live in the US, tax day is simple: April 15th! When you move abroad, it’s not so straightforward! Learn about all the expat deadlines and extensions you need to know to file.