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The tax team built for today's global citizen.

We know you have options. And we also know you want rigor and reliability as an expat filing U.S. taxes.

That’s why we’re here. We are the tax partner of choice for expats everywhere who want maximized returns, minimized risk and confidence in the team they have in their corner.

Our process is easy, our online solutions are always accessible. In just four simple steps, you've filed your taxes.

Step 1

Get started by answering some simple questions that gives our team insight into your unique tax needs and how we can best help.

Step 2

You’ll then be directed to our new digital questionnaire that’s intuitive and built entirely around you. We use “smart logic” so you only see questions relevant to you, your information rolls over year to year, and it’s designed to make the best use of your most valuable resource – your time.

Step 3

Now, relax while our seasoned professionals prepare your return. We can even collaborate with your local tax preparer to ensure accuracy and leave you feeling as confident as possible.

Step 4

We’ll send you your return when it’s ready, along with an e-file authorization form. It’s that straightforward. It’s that smart.
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Value beyond the tax return.

Yes, we prepare expat tax returns that are easy to understand and priced so that they don’t hurt your wallet. But that’s just the beginning. We know you’re unique.

That’s why we have individualized tools, insights and resources that help you meet your short- and long-term goals. Taxes are one part of the equation – we work with you to address all of it, from competitive pricing to ongoing support.

Make today the day.

Taking that first step is simple.

We want to help you get the most out of your money. That's our promise to you - we don't compromise, we back our platform with people who make a difference, and we live up to our commitment. Ease and expertise. It's what Expat Tax Professionals is all about.
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Are you a U.S. Citizen?

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Do you own any of the following? Select all that apply.

Non-US company/entity (corporation, partnership, trust)
Ownership of a non-US company may result in additional tax reporting obligations and complexities. According to US tax law, your company generally falls under one of three entity classifications: corporation, partnership, or trust.
Ownership of a non-US company may result in additional tax reporting obligations and complexities. According to US tax law, your company generally falls under one of three entity classifications: corporation, partnership, or trust.
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Non-US mutual fund or tax-advantaged investment fund
Non-US mutual funds may be so-called “PFICs”, which have additional reporting considerations, whether held directly or through a tax-advantaged fund (e.g., Stocks and Shares ISA or Cash ISA in the UK, Kiwi Saver in New Zealand, RRSP in Canada).
Non-US mutual funds may be so-called “PFICs”, which have additional reporting considerations, whether held directly or through a tax-advantaged fund (e.g., Stocks and Shares ISA or Cash ISA in the UK, Kiwi Saver in New Zealand, RRSP in Canada).
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Self-managed superannuation fund (Australia / New Zealand)
A self-managed super fund (SMSF) often has special US tax reporting requirements, because of the investments held within the fund. US tax law may look through the fund to determine such reporting requirements.
A self-managed super fund (SMSF) often has special US tax reporting requirements, because of the investments held within the fund. US tax law may look through the fund to determine such reporting requirements.
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None apply

Did you receive any of the following? Select all that apply.

A non-US trust distribution
A US beneficiary of a non-US trust is subject to special tax reporting requirements for the tax year in which he or she receives a payment or other distribution from the trust.
A US beneficiary of a non-US trust is subject to special tax reporting requirements for the tax year in which he or she receives a payment or other distribution from the trust.
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A gift or bequest of more than $100,000 from a non-US person
Special tax reporting is required for US persons who receive certain large gifts or bequests (more than $100,000) from a non-US person, which can include a nonresident alien (“NRA”) or a non-US estate.
Special tax reporting is required for US persons who receive certain large gifts or bequests (more than $100,000) from a non-US person, which can include a nonresident alien (“NRA”) or a non-US estate.
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