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Majority of Expats Resent IRS and FATCA

Majority of USA Expats Resent IRS and FATCA

Greenback’s expat survey results show that the vast majority of US expats are unhappy with the IRS, FATCA, and the presidency’s effect on the US government. The survey also confirmed an ongoing trend toward the renunciation of US citizenship by expats who disagree with the new administration. Find out what…

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Caribbean Tax Haven Begins to Bounce Back After Irma

Caribbean Tax Haven Begins to Bounce Back After Irma

With Hurricane Irma impacting some small Caribbean nations, American citizens residing and working may not be aware how natural disasters, displacements and evacuation – particularly one bringing them back home to the US – could affect their ability to claim expat tax benefits. Check out David McKeegan’s thoughts around the risks…

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International Business Times - Expat Tax Survey

Greenback Expat Tax Services’ 2017 Survey Urges Americans Living Abroad to Share Opinions on Expat Taxes, the New Presidential Administration and More

Greenback Expat Tax Services has launched its annual US expat opinion survey, open until April 25, 2017 to the nearly 9 million American expatriates around the world. Greenback, which specializes in providing tax services and consulting for 8,000+ American citizens in 211 countries and territories, is conducting the survey to…

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SESS: When Self-Employed Expats Pay Taxes Twice

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…

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