From the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic to new tax rules, filing US expat taxes in 2020 is unlike any year prior. Whether you’re a new expat or you’ve filed taxes abroad for years, our upcoming webinar will tell you everything you need to know to simplify and save on your taxes this year.
Register now for our live webinar on April 15th. Space is limited.
Until March of this year, it seemed like filing US expat taxes in 2020 would be like every other year. The IRS had announced its annual tax updates and new compliance programs. Then, the US government’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic brought an influx of tax changes for Americans abroad. Now, even seasoned expats may struggle to navigate the latest tax updates and recommendations.
If this is the first time you’ve filed an expat tax return, the pressure is on to become compliant and make sure you qualify for Coronavirus relief payments (not to mention avoiding penalties for late filing!). The good news is that now is an ideal time to get up-to-date and learn all you need to know about expat tax filing.
Get All the Facts on Filing US Expat Taxes in 2020
Register for this webinar to learn about:
- New tax deadlines for 2020
- Key deductions and tax savings for expats this year
- What first-time filers need to know—including how to file late tax returns penalty-free!
- How to simplify tax prep and speed up the filing process
After the presentation, we’ll host a live Q&A session. This is your chance to get all your questions answered by our expat-expert Certified Public Accountants and Enrolled Agents.
Ready to Get Started on Your Expat Taxes?
The US tax deadline may have been postponed, but you’ll still benefit from filing early. Why? If taxes are due, you can file to find out what you’ll owe and then defer your payment until later. Think you might be owed a refund? Filing early means you’ll get your funds sooner. 2020 has brought enough challenges for Americans abroad. Let us help simplify your expat taxes this year. Get started with your US expat tax return today.