U.S. Expat Tax Filing and Preparation Services in Korea

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Expatriate Tax Return for Americans and Green Card Holders

Americans, Green card holders living and working abroads, Members of the military, American Overseas Contractors working in the military bases, American Seniors and Retirees living abroad

FBAR/FATCA

Basically, anyone with $10,000 or more (aggregated balance) in a foreign bank or financial account at any point during the calendar year will be required to file FinCEN Form 114 (FBAR).

International Information Return

Americans and Resident aliens who received gifts from nonresident aliens more than $100,000 during the calender year will be required to file a Form 3520. Anyone who owns more than 10% of a foreign corporation will be required to file a Form 5471.

FAST FILING

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PREPARATION & PLANNING

Our expert tax prepares have years of experience helping expats to comply with IRS tax filing requirements to avoid stressful tax audits and penalties.

FBAR/FATCA PREPARATION

FBAR filings have risen dramatically in recent years as FATCA phases in and other international compliance efforts have raised awareness among taxpayers with offshore assets. Taxpayers with an interest in, or signature or other authority over, foreign financial accounts whose aggregate value exceeded $10,000 at any time during 2016 must file a form FinCEN 114 with the Department of Treasury by April 18, 2017 (or Oct. 16, 2017 if filed a Form 4868). FATCA refers to the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act. The FATCA Form 8938 requirement does not replace or otherwise affect a taspayer's obligation to file an FBAR Form 114.

FOREIGN EARNED INCOME AND HOUSING EXPENSES EXCLUSION

U.S. citizens and resident aliens (Green card holders), including those with dual citizenship who have lived or worked abroad during all or part of 2016, may have a U.S. tax liability and filing requirement in 2017. A filing reqirement generally applies even if a taxpayer qualifies for tax benefits, such as the foreign earned income exclusion (TY 2016: $101,300) or the foreign tax credit, that substantially reduce or eliminate their U.S. tax liability. These tax benefits are not automatic and are only available if an eligible taxpayer files a U.S. income tax return.

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