NEWSLETTERS

May 2020 - Monthly Newsletter

Please find below this month's newsletter.

Recently, we launched our brand new website! In our newsletter, we summarize the great new features you will find on our refreshed site.

Key Upcoming Federal Filing Due Dates for Individuals:

As explained in our previous newsletter, filing deadlines have been moved to July 15 in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The 2019 income tax filing and payment deadlines for all taxpayers who file and pay their federal income taxes on April 15, 2020, are automatically extended until July 15, 2020. This relief is automatic, taxpayers do not need to file any additional forms or call the IRS to qualify.

Filing taxes should be simple, whether you're at home or abroad.

With Expat Tax Professionals, we make filing a snap anywhere in the world.

We are proud to announce our brand new look and website!


What great new features have we added?

Here’s what you are going to find on our new site:

  • Our new, fresh and modern brand and website design
  • New content pages dedicated to topics such as the Trump tax reformdigital nomads, and the latest updates on coronavirus-related tax news
  • An expanded and robust FAQs page covering a host of questions commonly asked by U.S. expats about U.S. taxation and our tax services
  • A chat feature for website visitors who want to chat live with one of our customer service representatives
  • Direct access to our online questionnaire via the Client Login button at the top of the site
  • For customers checking us out for the first time, our website now includes a short survey of questions to help us determine which of our services fits best


What great features have we kept?

For those of you who benefit from the great content on our current site, no need to worry! It’s all still available on our new site.

So you’ll still find our popular blog page, featured articles page, newsletter page, and lengthy pieces on important expat tax topics such as the IRS amnesty programs, foreign pensions, companies and trusts, and our pages dedicated to U.S. expats living in specific countries, such as Australia, the UK, and Canada.

This month's expat tax blogs.