Wow, what a week for expat tax news! The latest news just keeps rolling in, and we’re committed to keeping you posted along the way. This week we’re covering the proposed Tax Reform 2.0, FATCA FAQs, our free guide to 10 Things Tax-Savvy Expats Never Do, and more!
The Big Expat Tax News: Tax Reform 2.0
The House Ways and Means Committee recently published the proposed Tax Reform 2.0 measures to a mixed response. On one hand, it would make the individual tax cuts permanent, but on the other, it would also make permanent the SALT cap. Read about the three bills that comprise Tax Reform 2.0, and the impact they could have on expats.
Expat tax reporting can be complicated, which is why we’ve compiled an FAQ for FATCA. Find out whether or not you’re amongst the expats who need to file!
A Free Guide for Expats
If you’re in the market for sound tax advice prepared by expert accountants and available for free on our website, look no further than our guide to 10 Things Tax-Savvy Expats Never Do! You’ll learn the basics of expat taxes and how to avoid some common mistakes.
The How of Business Podcast
Who doesn’t love a good, inspirational podcast? Listen to the latest episode of The How of Business, a podcast dedicated to running and growing small businesses, featuring Greenback Expat Tax Services Co-Founder Carrie McKeegan! You’ll find out how Greenback went from concept to completion.
Greenback Giveaway Has Ended
Our $5,000 giveaway – a celebration of being one of the 5,000 fastest-growing companies around – has ended, and the winners will be announced later on today. Find out more about our exciting giveaway!
Greenback Review of the Week
Thanks to Paul T. for this outstanding review!
Shout It From the Rooftops
If you’ve had a great experience with Greenback, let your expat friends know! When they complete their Federal Tax Returns with us, you’ll receive a $25 credit toward your next tax prep. Refer your friends today.
See You Next Week
We’ll be back next Friday with all of your expat tax news in one place. If you have questions between now and then, as always, we’re here to answer them.