Weekly Expat Tax News Roundup

Welcome to this week’s tax news roundup, where we sift through the most current news to find what’s most relevant for expats. This week we’re featuring our guide to getting caught up on your expat income return, four expat income return mistakes you’ll want to make sure you avoid, and the continuing trend of Americans abroad renouncing their citizenship.

Avoid These Four Mistakes to Save Time and Money

Expat taxes are tricky, but they don’t have to be impossible. We’ve compiled a list of common errors and how to prevent them. Read this post to spare yourself future stress!

Get Caught Up On Your Expat Income Return

If you missed the June deadline – or even if you’ve missed many, many June deadlines – we’ve created a three-step guide to getting caught up. No matter your situation, find the best starting point to become tax compliant!

Citizenship Renunciation and Expat Taxes

Citizenship renunciation numbers have been steadily rising as expat tax regulations become more complex, time-consuming, and costly. Don’t miss this CNBC article featuring Greenback Co-Founder David McKeegan about how expat taxes play a major role in citizenship renunciations.

Register Now for Our Webinar

If you haven’t already registered for our webinar, now’s the time! On Tuesday, July 24 at Noon GMT, David McKeegan and an expert Greenback accountant will be hosting our next webinar, Expat Tax Fact Check: Facts and Fiction. Space is limited, so don’t delay!

Greenback Review of the Week

Thanks, Montrel! We’re so happy and grateful to get such high praise.

Greenback Review of the Week

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If you trust Greenback with your expat income return, chances are your expat friends would, too. For every friend you refer to Greenback, we’ll give you $25 toward your next expat tax prep! Refer a friend and let the savings begin.

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