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Register Now for Our Free Webinar: Coronavirus –The US Government and IRS Changes You Should Know

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), the IRS and US government have made critical updates to tax deadlines and rolled out relief programs for Americans worldwide. As a US expat, it’s important to understand how these changes affect you. But it can be challenging to tell rumor from fact amidst the rapidly changing information. That’s […]

2019 National Taxpayer Advocate Report

What Expats Should Know About the 2019 National Taxpayer Advocate Report

Recently, the 2019 National Taxpayer Advocate Annual Report to Congress and the 2020 Purple Book were released. The Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) is an independent organization that works inside of the IRS to ensure fairness and that taxpayers understand their rights. The reports from the Taxpayer Advocate Service show what concerns and focus areas this […]

Citizenship Renunciation and US Expat Estimates

State Department Estimates, Citizenship Renunciation, and US Expats: How many Americans live abroad?

The US Department of State’s Bureau of Consular Affairs is an agency tasked with protecting the lives and interests of US expats overseas. You may be familiar with them if you or someone you know has experienced births, deaths, disasters, arrests, or medical emergencies during your time abroad. Infrequently, they release data about how many […]