Are you an American citizen living abroad with international investments?
Do you have a U.S. brokerage account?
Learn about the benefits of having an American investment account when you live abroad.
American citizens living abroad need to file taxes and report their foreign bank account information to the IRS. What’s the best way to manage your money and handle taxes when living offshore? The Expatriate’s Guide to Handling Money and Taxes clearly explains an expat’s obligations to the American government.
Discover solutions to money problems caused by FATCA and the Patriot Act. Having a US brokerage account, even if you live abroad, is a good financial decision.
American expats have complicated tax reporting requirements to the IRS, and face stiff penalties for non-compliance. The Expatriate’s Guide to Handling Money and Taxes explains what you need to do to be in compliance and how to do it.
The book includes:
- a checklist of forms you need to file with the FBAR
- information about the OVDP, and
- why having a US brokerage account makes compliance easier.
Paying taxes to two governments is never easy, but having a U.S. brokerage account makes it easier to file American taxes and handle your money from overseas.
Douglas Goldstein, CFP ®
Dave Wolf, International Tax Attorney
Ron Zalben ,CPA
Marylouise Serrato, American Citizens Abroad
Anne Hornung-Soupkup, American Citizens Abroad
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