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In addition to taxes, U.S. citizens face additional paperwork for having a bank account in a foreign country. The rules were made to stop people from hiding money in offshore accounts to avoid taxes. However, they also apply to citizens living abroad. Some American expats report that they have difficulty opening accounts, as some banks don’t want to face the hassle involved in complying with American law.
Burdensome tax laws for Americans living abroad is the most common reason expats are considering the step, according to the survey conducted by Greenback Expat Tax Services, which polled 3,200 Americans living in 121 countries.