Expat Taxes 101: How to File Expat Taxes in 2021
What It's About
It's no secret that filing US expat taxes can be complex and intimidating. Americans abroad often find themselves juggling extra requirements and deciphering complicated legal jargon.
Even worse, tax mistakes can be costly for expats, resulting in hefty IRS penalties. As a result, too many Americans abroad feel burdened by the cost and anxiety of filing US expat taxes.
In this webinar, Greenback will cover everything you need to file your expat taxes quickly and accurately while making sure that you never pay more than you have to.
Plus, you'll find out what advocacy groups like American Citizens Abroad (ACA) are doing to relieve the burden of expat tax requirements, and what you can do to support these efforts.
Register for the webinar for the crash course you need to make filing your expat taxes easy—this year and for years to come.
BONUS: Get your tax questions answered by an accountant during the webinar. Two accountants will be available to answer questions throughout the webinar. Register now to submit your question and we'll add it to the top of our list.
Can't make the live webinar? Register now and we'll send you the recording and slides so you can review it any time.
What You Will Learn
- Everything first-time expat filers need to know—including how to avoid the most common mistakes
- The top 3 ways expats can save on taxes
- Important tax deadlines and the easiest way to file an extension
- How to get caught up on your US taxes penalty-free, even if you're years behind (and why you should!)
- Coronavirus stimulus checks, the CARES Act, and the American Rescue Plan Act for expats
- Current efforts to reform US expat taxation by ACA and other advocacy groups
- How to stay informed and get involved with tax reform efforts
Meet Your Presenters.
Marylouise Serrato, Executive Director, ACA
Marylouise joined American Citizens Abroad (ACA) in 2002 working as Managing Director and in 2010 became Executive Director. In 2012, ACA moved its headquarters and the office of the Executive Director to Washington, DC where Marylouise has been directing the management and operations of the organization. Marylouise is married with three children and splits her time between Washington, DC, Italy, and Switzerland.
Tabitha, Customer Champion
Having been an expat herself, Tabitha knows full well all the joys and headaches that can come with living abroad! As an IRS Enrolled Agent, Tabitha helps simplify the tax prep process for our clients by providing clear guidance and answering expat tax questions. More than anything, she's loves sharing "aha!" moments with expats who've found the clarity they need to file with confidence!
Allen, CPA, MBA
Allen has been working almost exclusively with expats since 2013. Having lived in South Korea for ten years and Denmark for two, he is no stranger to the expat lifestyle. In addition to understanding the intricacies of expat tax preparation, Allen excels at guiding individuals through the IRS audit process, leveraging his seven years of experience as a corporate auditor. Allen’s strategy is simple: he takes the time to understand your unique situation and strives to make everything as easy as possible for you.
Jeremiah Cooke, EA
For over a decade, Jeremiah has worked for leading tax preparation companies. His thirst for knowledge quickly allowed Jeremiah to become an expert in small business, military, and foreign income tax returns. He likes to think of each expat tax return as a puzzle. By analyzing every piece and aspect of your unique tax situation, he can see the big picture of your tax needs and reveal the best outcome for you. Jeremiah’s passion for is learning has led him to pursue a legal degree to further expand his knowledge of US tax law.
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