SESS: When Self-Employed Expats Pay Taxes Twice

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While the US has social security agreements in place with 25 countries to help American expats avoid double taxation, there are still many countries that don’t participate. This means self-employed expats must pay their social security taxes in both countries – a big expense. Check out David McKeegan’s opinion in this WSJ article!

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