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 From entrepreneur Magazine:   https://www.entrepreneur.com/business-news/these-are-the-cheapest-countries-to-buy-a-citizenship/454254?utm_campaign=Daily%20Newsletter&utm_medium=email&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-_w_pC99dlBIpi2WjvS_v5wrkudeySUSDAly1Ny9VBw_-7WhW5hF-hQmFb66R7quEi3kSzLz7UBVCBHBC4DCDCm57aztw&_hsmi=291018315&utm_content=291018315&utm_source=hs_automation   (copy an paste this link into your web browser)Find the country you can live in and save taxes. We can help you save on your US taxes if you live  abroad either as retired person or business.  Email us at ddnelson@gmail.com for more. We have been assisting expats with their US

 The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers living and working outside the U.S. to file their 2023 federal income tax return by Monday, June 17, 2024. This deadline applies to both U.S. citizens and resident aliens abroad, including those with dual citizenship.This deadline does not apply to taxpayers who live or have a business in

 If you owe the IRS money (and are very late in paying)  can legally request the US State Department not renew it or suspend your US passport.  They also have in the past requested US Customs and Border agents to take your passport away from you when taxes are due and not paid.  They will

A new law that’s taking effect next year is going to require millions of small businesses to begin filing disclosures about their true ownership with the Treasury Department or face stiff penalties, and most are unaware of it.As a result of the Corporate Transparency Act of 2021, corporations, LLCs and other entities formed under state

A new law that’s taking effect next year is going to require millions of small businesses to begin filing disclosures about their true ownership with the Treasury Department or face stiff penalties, and most are unaware of it.As a result of the Corporate Transparency Act of 2021, corporations, LLCs and other entities formed under state

 Expatriate taxation for US citizens are complicated. You must file a US expat tax return no matter where you live and work in the world each year so long as you earned in excess of a certain amount. Failure to file can result in substantial penalties and interest and possible criminal prosecution.Learn all of the

Some of the many expat and nonresident forms include the following. Many forms require 5 or more hours to complete – if filled out by an average taxpayer. We can reduce your time and save money.

  • Form 1040 – The form every American files during tax season to report income to the IRS.
  • FBAR (FinCEN
  • Most of the common errors taxpayers make on their tax returns are easily avoidable. By carefully reviewing their return, taxpayers can save time and effort by not having to correct it later. Filing electronically also helps prevent mistakes. Tax software does the math, flags common errors and prompts taxpayers for missing information. It can also

     If you are a US expatriate living abroad, you are still subject to US estate tax on your assets no matter where they are located in the world.  Also, even if you are below the estate tax threshold, your US assets will be subject to probate unless proper planning is instituted. Your US assets may