Weekly Expat Tax News Roundup

Weekly Expat Tax News Roundup: Expat Tax Help

Thanks for joining us for this week’s edition of the expat tax news roundup. This week we’re featuring expat tax help for those who are behind on their taxes, more insight into Tax Reform 2.0, info about the looming October deadline, and much more!

Expat Tax Help for Those Who Are Filing Late Taxes

If you’re new to the expat tax scene, you may be realizing you’ve missed the June 15th tax deadline. Or, as is more often the case, you may realize that you’ve missed many, many tax deadlines. Not to worry! You can get caught up without facing penalties; really! Check out our guide to the 15 things to know about getting caught up on expat taxes, and you’ll be ready to tackle the expat tax challenge, head on.

Tax Reform 2.0

To save you from spending your weekend reading tax code, the expert accountants at Greenback have put a magnifying glass to Tax Reform 2.0, and culled the information that could affect expats if Tax Reform 2.0 is passed. Find out what you need to know!

Greenback Nominated for EMMA Awards

Greenback has been shortlisted for the EMEA EMMA awards in the following categories: Tax Provider of the Year, Most Innovative Use of Technology in Global Mobility, and Thought Leadership –Best Survey or Research Study of the Year! Learn more about this prestigious award.

October 15th is the Final Deadline for Expats

October 15th is right around the corner. If you requested an extension by June 15th, this is the deadline you need to meet in order to avoid penalties. A word to the wise: if Greenback is prepping your taxes this year, we’ll need your questionnaire and other assorted documents by October 1st, so don’t delay! Read more about the deadline in our recent article.

Expats: Exercise Your Right to Vote!

Greenback is partnering with the Overseas Vote Foundation to spread awareness about how expats can vote, and why it’s important that they do so! Discover some crucial voting tips for expats here.

Change Ahead

The past year has been a barrage of changes to American taxes. Check out what could be next for expat taxes in the form of projected tax brackets in 2019 and the IRS’ proposed regs for GILTI (global intangible low-tax income).

Save Some Cash With These Handy Tips

Speaking of change, find out if your small business qualifies for the 20% deduction that was created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, in this Inc. article by Carrie McKeegan, Greenback’s very own Co-Founder!

Greenback Giveaway Ends

Did you take part in our awesome $5,000 giveaway of free expat tax help? The contest ended last week, and winners were selected at random. Thanks to everyone who participated!

Greenback Review of the Week

Thanks to Mark B. for this review. We couldn’t have said it better ourselves!

Greenback Review of the Week: Expat Tax Help

That’s What Friends Are For

Have you told your friends about your experience with Greenback? When you do, you’ll receive $25 off your next tax prep services with Greenback once they’ve completed their Federal Tax Returns. Refer your friends today!

Need Expat Tax Help?

That’s Greenback’s specialty! Contact us today, and we’ll help motivate you to get those taxes done by the October deadline.

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