IRS Initiates Policy Changes Regarding Tax Reporting for Expats Living Abroad

Moving and living abroad can result in complicated situations—especially where finances are concerned. For the estimated 335,000 expat U.S. citizens who earn an income overseas, it can be even more complicated than for other nationalities, since the United States is the only country that requires its citizens to file overseas income taxes on peril of losing citizenship. The Foreign Account Tax

Advice for Expat Children Applying to Colleges

For expat young people considering attending college (in the USA), many of the same conditions apply to expats and other foreign students as well as their stateside peers. One advantage expats may have is exposure to a broader range of cultures: many schools consider the expat’s foreign living experience a big ‘plus’ when considering applications, as they are often more mature and adaptable to