The Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program, the FBAR, and You (Video) US Expat Taxes Explained

Lessen Penalties for Filing Your FBAR Late Via the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program The US Department of the Treasury requires all expats with financial accounts in foreign banks that total more than $10,000 to file TD Form 90-22.1, commonly referred to as the FBAR form, by June 30 each year. Many expats did not realize […]

Late US Expat Taxes

Yahoo! News and Greenback Discuss Late US Expat Taxes

The IRS recently reopened the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program for individuals who have failed to file their FBAR reports with the US Department of the Treasury.  Being aware of how successful previous disclosure programs have been, the IRS wants individuals to feel comfortable coming forward about their delinquent US expat taxes and foreign bank account […]

Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program for Delinquent Filers

IRS Introduces New Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program

This article was first published on January 10, 2012. It was updated on June 14, 2013, with information relevant to the 2012 and 2013 tax years. Late FBAR? The IRS Introduces A New Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (the third) The IRS has just opened a new amnesty program, following the success from the previous years’ […]

Filing Your US Expatriate Tax Returns Late

US Expat Taxes Explained: Filing your US Taxes Late – sometimes for multiple years! – and the Implications

This article was first published on June 24, 2011. It was updated on July 10, 2014, with information relevant to the 2013 and 2014 tax years. There are often misconceptions and confusion around expatriate tax returns. There are filing requirements for US expat taxes once a US citizen or Green Card-holder leaves US soil. Because of […]