Thanks for tuning in to this week’s expat tax news roundup, featuring crucial information on SIPP taxation for expats in the UK, the end of the OVDP, our free guide to expat taxation, and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle – even if you work remotely!
Expats in the UK and Self-Invested Pension Plan
A Self-Invested Pension Plan (SIPP) is a popular form of retirement plan for expats living in the UK. However, claiming protection for it under the US-UK tax treaty won’t always save you money! Find out how to make the best tax-planning decisions for your SIPP in our recent blog post.
The Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) Ends September 28
One of the amnesty programs offered by the IRS that was available – the OVDP – to expats is ending September 28. The OVDP is for anyone who willfully failed to be compliant on their taxes – not for those who weren’t aware of their tax requirements. Find out what expats need to know about the end of the OVDP and what it could mean for Streamlined Filing.
Download Our Free Guide to Expat Taxes
Expat taxes can feel overwhelming at times, but we’ve broken down the critical facts expats need to know into manageable bits in our free guide. Download it today and find out how to get started!
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Have Any Questions for Us?
As the OVDP comes to an end and the October 15th tax deadline is fast approaching, many expats find that they have questions about the future of their tax requirements. We’ve got the answers you’re looking for. Contact us today, and we’d be happy to help you.