VIEWpoint Issue 2 | 2022
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Accepting a new position in the United States often brings several new opportunities, but there are also several factors expats should proactively evaluate, such as their U.S. tax obligations. Amidst the excitement of relocating to a new city or town, it is imperative that expats also explore U.S. tax consequences, compliance and reporting requirements, and various other responsibilities based on their residency status.
Our international tax advisors at Moore Stephens Doeren Mayhew share six critical U.S. tax obligations that tend to be misunderstood, ignored or treated incorrectly, often resulting in unwelcome surprises and onerous tax consequences:
To further explore tax obligations for expats, download Moore Stephens Doeren Mayhew’s ebook today. If you’re in need of assistance in navigating U.S. tax compliance, you may also contact one of our international tax advisors.
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