Heading Out of the U.S. for a Job? You Can Likely Deduct Your Moving Costs
The IRS may give departing U.S. citizens and residents a break, in the form of tax deductions carved out for international job-related moves.
Can I retroactively claim deductions for an international, job-related move?
The time frame within which a taxpayer can file an amended return to claim moving-related deductions is three years (or two years from the date of actually paying the tax in question, whichever is later).
Deductible Expenses for International Business Travel
Travel-related tax deductions are yours for the taking if they fall within certain IRS guidelines.
Can I deduct travel expenses even though my time abroad for work lasted over a year?
Dealing with IRS limits regarding deductible expenses for traveling abroad for work.
Can I deduct airfare if I took a vacation detour while returning to U.S. from a business trip?
How to calculate and deduct the portion of an international trip that is attributable to your business activities.
If I Live Overseas Am I Still Required to File a Tax Return With the IRS?
Whether you're a green card holder or an expat citizen, the mere fact that you reside overseas does not mean that you are not responsible for filing a tax return and paying U.S. tax.
How a Resident Alien Is Taxed
Just because you're not a U.S. citizen doesn't mean you don't owe taxes to the IRS. Whether or not you owe taxes depends on how much time you spend in the U.S.
U.S. Expats May Still Owe the IRS
Cutting ties with the United States might not relieve you entirely of your U.S. tax obligations.
IRS Reporting Rules for Foreign Bank Accounts (FBAR)
Don't miss the annual FBAR deadline for reporting foreign bank accounts--the penalties can be severe.
When U.S. Citizens Living Abroad Owe U.S. Tax
You may not owe any actual tax, but if you're a U.S. citizen, you probably need to file a tax return no matter where you live.