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Your Expatriate Tax Return in Sweden

US Expat Taxes Explained: Filing as an American Living in Sweden

Sweden offers its citizens some of the finest social programs that exist: universal health insurance, unlimited sick days, subsidized childcare, and free university tuition. These luxuries do not come without a cost, however, and Sweden’s tax rates are among the highest in the world. In addition to Swedish taxes, Americans living abroad cannot forget their…

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…

Take the 2019 US Expat Opinion Survey

Top Three Reasons You Should Take the 2019 US Expat Opinion Survey

Every year, Greenback surveys expats living around the globe about their opinions on everything from taxation to citizenship renunciation to political and ideological beliefs. These surveys help gauge trends in the expat community and raise the profile of pressing issues; but beyond that, expats who participate in the survey could win a grand prize. Read…

Filing Taxes as an American in Germany – US Expat Taxes Explained

Thousands of American expatriates live in Germany, but how does living there affect their expat taxes? Germany has long been seen as a business-friendly country, since it is the location of several international headquarters. When you include the large US military presence, thousands of American expatriates live in Munich, Berlin, Essen, and other German cities….