Tax Considerations For Nonresident Aliens Working in the U.S.

U.S citizens, permanent residents (green card holders) and individuals who pass the substantial presence test (183 days over a 3-year period, counted using a special formula) are taxed on worldwide income and are subject to complex disclosure requirements relating to financial accounts held abroad. Nonresident…
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Tax Considerations for U.S. Citizens Working or Living Abroad

American citizens and green card holders (lawful permanent residents) who live abroad, or earn income from foreign sources, face unique tax issues. If you fall into either category, it’s important to understand how the tax law applies to you so that you can stay in…
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