If you have U.S. tax filing obligations and live in Singapore, check out these tax tips:
Maximizing your U.S. Tax Situation in Singapore: Know how your income and your housing allowance may affect your U.S. taxes while living in Singapore.
As a U.S. person living in Singapore, taking advantage of all of your U.S. tax benefits will be essential to ensuring that your tax liability is minimized both now and in the future.
Learn more about filing expat taxes in the U.S. as a duel resident taxpayer. The experts at H&R Block explain how to file a tax return when you're in this situation.
You haven’t filed your U.S. taxes in a while... maybe never since you’ve been living abroad. What should you do? Let our tax experts offer some expat tax tips and advice to get you started.
Most U.S. taxpayers must file U.S. tax returns and pay any taxes due by April 15 of the following calendar year. If you’re a U.S. citizen, this rule applies to you even if you’re an expat living and working in another country. However, if you’re an expat the rules for expat tax deadlines are a little different. Let us break it down for you.
If you’re a U.S. expat, you might be able to exclude foreign earned income from U.S. taxes up to $101,300 for 2016. This exclusion is available only for earned income and doesn’t apply to passive income. Find out what’s included and what’s not.
New rules on financial reporting will affect expats. If you’re an expat who hasn’t been filing returns and FBARs, this could affect you. Find out what the rules are, and how they may impact your taxes.