10 Tips For U.S. Expats and Citizens with Foreign Income

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U.S. taxpayers who live in abroad and/or who income from foreign sources, most report and file income tax returns the same other taxpayer receiving income from U.S. sources.

  • Foreign Income

Foreign income may have many sources such as income from foreign real estate, working for a foreign company, investments in foreign stocks.


FATCA is for the reporting of financial assets held in foreign accounts over $50k for U.S. residents an $200K for U.S. expats if filing single.

  • FBAR

FBAR is for the reporting of financial assets held in foreign accounts over $10K for both U.S. residents and for U.S. expats regardless of filing status.

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Even as an Expat, you still need to file a tax return and, depending on your income, pay taxes, as long as you have a U.S. citizenship. Your worldwide income is taxable even if you filed a tax return and paid taxes in the country where you reside. If your taxable income is over $20,000 a year and you are married; or $10,000 and single; or made over $400 per year as self-employed or contractor, you  need to file a tax return.



There is a long list of tax filing requirements the IRS has determine for Expats: 

  • Automatic Extension until 6/15 but pay taxes on 4/15
  • Foreign Earned Income Exclusion (FEIE) of $104,100 only if return is filed
  • Spouses get another $104,100 of foreign earned income exclusion (FEIE)
  • If your income is over the FEIE amount, claim a house deduction
  • Credit for taxes paid in your country of residence
  • Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) reporting requirements
  • Foreign Bank Accounts Reporting (FBAR) requirements
  • Foreign companies ownership involves more IRS reporting
  • Foreign trust creation involves more IRS reporting
  • Self-employment income is subject to FICA (social security and medicare taxes)
  • The IRS is watching you
  • IRS special programs for Expats
  • Passive Foreign Investment Company (PFIC)


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