by Conrad de Aenlle Americans who have settled abroad may feel far from home, but to the Internal Revenue Service, it is almost as though they never left. The United States is one of a very few countries that continue to tax citizens and even U.S. permanent residents, or green-card holders, who live overseas. But tax experts point out that most American expatriates will have little or nothing to pay – as long as they follow the rules carefully and take advantage of deductions they are entitled to, including key ones that are unique to nonresident citizens. The most basic rule is to file a return. Many […]
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