Essential tax insight for any U.S. citizen
 living abroad.

For U.S. citizens living in foreign lands, we have good news and we have not-so-good news.

Let’s start with the not-so-good: as a U.S. citizen you’re legally obligated — even if you live overseas 365 days of the year — to file taxes with the Federal government each and every year. But here’s the good word: as an expatriate, you have a number of available exemptions and exclusions that may very well result in a substantial reduction in your tax liability when it comes time to file your taxes. 
At Expatriate Tax Online, our purpose is to help expatriates uncover, plan for and benefit from all the available exemptions and exclusions for which you qualify. To speak with Kevin Conlon, our President, or one of our executives, contact us via the form to the right or call (585) 328-4990.

For additional information for US citizens living abroad, please select one of the following:

Excluding Foreign Income

Foreign Bank Account Reporting

Foreign Housing Exclusion

Proving Foreign Residence (Physical Presence/Bona Fide Residence Test)