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Situational analysis A UK citizen (Mike B) purchased a home in the UK in 1998 for $100,000 USD, selling it 20 years later for $600,000, resulting in a capital gain of ~$500,000. Coincidentally, Mike moved to the U.S in July 2017 on an L visa. ...
The United States government’s reach can extend to non-citizens (including those who have recently expatriated), so it is important that you don&rsquo...
Article 4 of a Series The first 3 articles in this series addressed some of the larger changes to the tax code due to the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. In this final article, several less impactful changes, or changes affecting fewer people, are ...
Article 3 of a Series As the saying goes, children are our future. Uncle Sam knows this, and he also ...
5471 Makeover Each year, the IRS shuts down e-filing in mid-November to update their systems, and in the ‘offseason’ between Thanksgiving and the New Year updates tax forms. Generally, these changes are cosmetic. With the passing of the recent tax reform, that is no longer the case. The ‘what’s new’ se...
There are a handful of states without an income tax, and a couple of others that only tax dividends and interest. Of course, these states must still fund government programs, so they raise the money using fees, property taxes, sales taxes, and various other sources of income. Depending on the details of your individu...