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Here at Taxes for Expats, we are frequently asked by expatriates living and working outside of the United States if the IRS would ever be able to discover that their annual US expat tax returns are not filed. The simple answer to this question is: Yes, the IRS will be able to track you down if you are not filing your US expat tax return annualy.
The number of countries which share information about US Citizens with the IRS is steadily increasing. Information sharing treaties are helping more countries (not only the United States) to realize more tax revenue than ever before, and the internet is making it more convenient to share information and track down individuals who are not filing regular US expat tax returns with the IRS or reporting foreign financial accounts to the Department of Treasury.
If you have been delinquent with your US expat tax returns to the IRS or have failed to report your foreign bank accounts in excess of $10K to the Department of Treasury and you need help filing back taxes or taking advantage of the 2012 OVDI while it is still in effect, make sure to get in touch with a US expat tax professional who can help you resolve your tax issues with as little repercussions as possible.