Greenback’s Expatriate Tax News and Tips for US Expats

Expats Renouncing Citizenship: 3rd Quarter 2019

Trends in Expats Renouncing Citizenship: 2019 3rd Quarter Numbers Are Here

Each quarter, Greenback tracks the number of expats renouncing citizenship. Why? Citizenship renunciation is something that affects Americans living abroad exclusively, and it’s often a decision based primarily on the continued tax reporting requirements all American citizens have. The Federal Register just released the final count for the quarter ending September 30th. Let’s see how…

New IRS Compliance Campaign: US Territories Erroneous Refundable Credits and the Foreign Tax Credit

Every once in a great while, the IRS launches new compliance campaigns. These campaigns allocate staffing and financial resources with the goal of finding taxpayers who aren’t currently in compliance with tax regulation and bringing them into compliance. Recently, the IRS rolled out six of these compliance campaigns, and most of the campaigns either targeted…

Award Winning Tax Services for Expats

Greenback Shortlisted for Awards for Premier Tax Services for Expats

There’s nothing the Greenback team likes more than being recognized for our outstanding services for expats unless, of course, we’re being recognized by a company dedicated solely to the expat experience! Today, we’re honored and proud to announce that we’ve been shortlisted for awards of Tax Provider of the Year, Most Innovative Use of Technology…

Americans Abroad and IRS Compliance Campaigns

New IRS Compliance Campaign: High Income Non-filers and Americans Abroad

Calling all Americans abroad! The new compliance campaigns that the IRS has launched in recent months are unquestionably aimed toward one group in particular: Americans abroad who haven’t filed their taxes. So, we’re going through the campaigns one by one to get expats the information they need in order to prepare in advance. Read on…