We’re so glad you made it to this week’s expat tax news roundup, where we’ve compiled all the expat tax news you need. This week we’re featuring Passive Foreign Investment Companies and Form 8621, our webinar on expat tax facts and fiction, why expat entrepreneurs shouldn’t incorporate their businesses overseas, and our fantastic refer-a-friend offer!
Latest Expat Tax News: Four Reasons Entrepreneurs Shouldn’t Incorporate Their Businesses Abroad
When starting a business, sometimes it is tempting to think about the money that could be saved if your company was incorporated abroad. However, Greenback Co-Founder Carrie McKeegan outlines the hidden costs (both time and money!) that can arise during an overseas corporate formation. Read her Inc. article about what expat entrepreneurs should consider before making this mistake!
Passive Foreign Investment Companies
Are you a shareholder in a foreign company? Then you may already be aware of how many changes have come down the pike just in the last year, especially for expat investors. Check out our post about how to know what forms you may need to file to stay compliant.
How to Create Teamwork at a Remote Company
Greenback Expat Tax Services is a 100% remote company. Read about how to create teamwork by using this personality test in Greenback Co-Founder Carrie McKeegan’s latest Inc. article!
Expat Tax Fact Check
If you didn’t attend our free, live webinar on Tuesday, you’ll definitely want to watch the replay so that you can be sure you have your facts straight. Led by Greenback Co-Founder David McKeegan and one of Greenback’s excellent accountants, you’ll have the up-to-date information you need to get started on your expat taxes. Find out more about what the webinar covered in our recap.
Greenback Review of the Week
Thanks, Montrel! What a great review.
Do Your Friends Know About Greenback?
If not, you should give them a referral! For each friend of yours that completes a Federal Tax Return, we’ll give you a $25 credit toward tax prep. How great is that?
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