Weekly Expat Tax News Roundup

Weekly Expat Tax News Roundup: US Expat Tax Help

We’re excited to bring you another dose of expat tax news this week, from the end of the OVDP our upcoming webinar to information for US citizens considering a move to Switzerland.

IRS Announces End to Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP)

The IRS just announced that the end of the OVDP will be upcoming on September 28, 2018. Taxpayers who have not come forward to voluntarily disclose foreign assets have only a few months left to do so. Read our guide for expats here!

Just a Reminder

If you haven’t signed up for our free, interactive webinar, Your Top Expat Tax Questions Answered (Including the New Tax Bill!), you should! Get all of your questions answered and all the US expat tax help you need before the April deadline. Register now, as space is limited.

Charitable Giving Tax Scams

Tax-filing season is always a good time to stay on your toes as scam artists are out in full force, and this season is unfortunately no different. The IRS has issued a warning of reports of people impersonating well-known charities and asking for financial information over the phone. For more information on the current scams, the IRS has compiled a list called the “dirty dozen” to help you be prepared in case you are targeted.

Expat Tax Guide to Switzerland

Switzerland is a popular destination for expats for reasons that range from fantastic ski resorts to beautiful alpine views to a plethora of great hiking trails. If you’ve wondered what moving to Switzerland would be like tax-wise, reading our guide specifically for expats is a great way to get a taste of how your expat tax return may change.

The Reviews Keep Pouring In

Just this week, another happy customer wrote in a 5-star Google review: “Been using them for 3 years. Thorough, extremely fast responses, knowledgeable, no issues.” Thanks, Derrick B! We’d love it if you’d leave a review about how Greenback provided you with US expat tax help.

Take it Easy

That’s all the news we have for you this week, but we’ll see you next Friday with the more of latest expat tax news. However, since the April deadline is nearly here, you may have some questions between now and then that just can’t wait! If you need US expat tax help, we’re here and can help you meet that deadline. Contact us anytime.