Weekly Expat Tax News Roundup

Happy Friday to our expat community! This week’s roundup covers expat taxes for US employees on foreign assignments, what you should know about business credit card rewards, a guide for buying and selling real estate in other countries, and Greenback’s $1,000 Hotels.com giveaway!

US Expat Taxes for US Employees on Foreign Assignments

As the trend for sending employees overseas increases, it’s important for domestic US businesses to understand the full assortment of US expat tax issues that arise for both the employee and the employer. Here is some helpful information for both employers and employees to get the most from a foreign assignment.

Ring in the New Year on us!

We’re wrapping up the year in a BIG way: with a $1,000 Hotels.com gift card giveaway! If you haven’t filed your taxes yet, you’re going to want to check this out.

Haven’t Filed Your Taxes and Not Sure Where to Start?

The Streamlined Filing Procedures can help those who are behind on their expat tax returns catch up penalty-free. Find out the top five things expats should know about this valuable program and if they might be the right choice for you.

Do you have a Business Credit Card?

Don’t be caught off guard with a tax bill on your credit card rewards. Follow the 3 steps in this Inc. article and gain a better understanding of your business card rewards and taxable income.

Investing in Foreign Real Estate

Buying and selling property in other countries can be tricky and can make your expat taxes a little more complicated. This free guide covers all the information you need to navigate international real estate confidently.

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Refer-a-Friend Today!

If you know some expats who could use help with their expat income tax returns, tell them about Greenback! For each person you refer, you’ll receive a $25 credit toward your next tax prep services.

Questions About Your Expat Tax Returns?

We’ve got the answers. Contact Greenback today, and we’ll help you get what you need.

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