Weekly Expat Tax News Roundup

Welcome to your weekly expat tax news briefing. It’s been a big week for Greenback, and we can’t wait to share all the great news with you! Even if you are in the midst of filing US taxes, the news below is worth a read.

FEM Announces Emma Shortlist

The Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM) has announced the shortlist for the Americas EMMAs (Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards). We’re absolutely honored to be included in this list, and we are being considered for the categories of Tax Provider of the Year and Thought Leadership. In the world of expat taxes, this is like the Academy Awards, the Oscars, and the Grammys all rolled into one. A big thank you to the committee who selected us as a finalist!

2018 Expat Opinion Survey Kickoff

Our 2018 Expat Opinion Survey is officially ready and waiting to be filled with your opinions. We want to know what you think about everything from filing US taxes to tax reform to representation in the American government! Greenback is made up of a lot of expats, and we care about our fellow citizens abroad. Let’s join together and make our voices heard! As an added bonus, after you take the survey you can enter to win a $1,000 Hotels.com gift card. Who couldn’t use an extra vacation?

CNBC Lists Most Economical Retirement Locations

For expats wondering where they should retire, CNBC has compiled a list of places around the globe where your Social Security benefits will go the furthest. Plus, it features commentary from our fantastic accountant, Doug Ralph!

Watch Our On-Demand Webinar: Your Top Expat Tax Questions Answered (Including the New Tax Bill!)

If you missed our webinar last Wednesday hosted by Greenback Co-Founder David McKeegan and our incredible accountant Daria, you’re in luck; we recorded it! You can watch the webinar at a convenient time for you, and find out the answers to the most frequent questions about filing US taxes.

Only 18 Days Until the Deadline (April 17th)!

We’ll see you next week with the latest expat news – same time, same place. In the meantime, if you’re someone who needs to cross “filing US taxes” off your to-do list, just let us know you’re ready to get started today!

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