The Tax Implications Of Being A US Expat - USA OFFICE
The Tax Implications Of Being A US Expat
American expatriates and US connected individuals working and living around the world are often left without good quality financial planning support.
As a result, not only are American international workers unable to utilize their expat status, they also face falling foul of the Internal Revenue Service who require all American citizens and connected individuals to declare their global income, even if they file foreign taxes.
What are the options available to US expats to effectively protect and grow wealth?
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We have offices on the east and west coast of America, which are complemented by a global network of offices in the middle east and Europe. This means we are uniquely placed to assist US expatriates and US connected individuals should they choose to continue their expat journey or return home at a later date.
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