Living and working in the US is undoubtedly attractive but for a variety of reasons you may decide to call it a day, reuniting with family or simply pursuing other opportunities abroad. Yet keeping your green card or US citizenship when you’ve settled abroad may imply intrusive, annual US tax filings even though you’ve left the country.
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If you are a foreigner working in the US, it is a good idea to contribute to a 401(k) plan if your employer offers one. But what should you do if you move back to your home country?
Restricted stock units (RSUs) are a common employee benefit. If you are being compensated with them, be sure you understand these 5 things.
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One of the most common questions we are asked is about the tax implications of inheriting property or assets in/from a foreign country. Under most circumstances, you will not pay foreign inheritance tax on the receipt of an inheritance from abroad - but you still may have to report it!