2019 Q1 Citizenship Renunciation Totals and US Expatriate's Tax

Citizenship Renunciation and US Expatriate’s Tax in 2019

Check out our summary on the first quarter citizenship renunciation numbers that were recently published in the Federal Register. These numbers are often reflective of several issues that concern expats: taxes, political environment, and more. But typically, one of the top factors is US expatriate’s tax. Let’s take a look at the recent development in […]

Americans Living Abroad Participate in Tax Survey

Democrats Abroad Survey Finds Americans Living Abroad Face Extreme Tax-Paying Difficulties

Earlier this year, Democrats Abroad (an organization dedicated to providing Americans living abroad a Democratic voice in the government and electing Democratic candidates by mobilizing the overseas vote) conducted an in-depth survey of almost ten thousand expats. The results of the survey echoed Greenback’s findings from last year: Expat taxes pose a constant burden and […]

Tax Fairness for Americans Abroad Act

Breaking News: Tax Fairness for Americans Abroad Act of 2018

Congressman George Holding, US Representative from North Carolina, has introduced a bill called the “Tax Fairness for Americans Abroad Act of 2018,” just before the Congressional holiday recess. The bill, also known as H.R. 7358, would exempt foreign income earned by US expats from taxation. This is huge news for all Americans living abroad; let’s […]

2019 E-filing Shutdown Myths

2019 Tax Season Myths Busted

Rumors have been swirling about the state of the IRS since the government shutdown, including how the tax season would hypothetically be affected by a potential impending e-filing shutdown. Don’t be fooled! We have the facts for expats straight from our experts, many of whom are expats themselves. The Myths Some news outlets are reporting […]