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Charles Arnestad
· July 15, 2017
I worked with Diane Siriani and Suzanne Squier for the preparation of my 2014 and 2015 tax returns (as a non-USA citizen and non-USA resident) for the recovery of taxes that were overpaid (excess with...holdings) on my investments with Fidelity Investments. I worked closely with Suzanne to clarify the tax legislation to ensure that we were both in agreement on the amount of the refund to which I was entitled. I received the full refund cheque for my 2014 taxes and await the refund cheque for my 2015 refund. It was a pleasure working with Expatriate Tax Returns and I can recommend their services to anyone who may be in the market for something similar. See More
Courtney Helena
· September 21, 2017
First, they refused to answer questions via Facebook, despite being a Facebook-listed business, and required me to place a long distance call from my home in Brazil. Then, because I was not able to pr...ovide a USA phone number, the receptionist refused to transfer me to even find out the price of service. She was extremely rude. NOT EXPAT FRIENDLY at all! I will go with Greenback Tax Services, who have been wonderful and easy to work with. See More
Jason A. Miller
· March 5, 2014
Expatriate Tax Returns is the #1 source for filing U.S. taxes for people living outside the U.S. Diane and her staff are easy to work with, dedicated and highly competent. I will be recommending them ...to all my friends currently living abroad. See More
Laura Folts Field
· November 19, 2013
The last two years Diane and Lauren have been helpful in our transition back to the US. Lauren got our taxes done within 24-48 hours both years which is impressive! I highly recommend them!
Dennis Kopitz
March 2, 2012
All I can say is WOW! These guys had my taxes done, filed, and my larger than expected refund on the way to my bank account in less than 24 hours! Just plain amazing service. And a bargain to boot.
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Filing your expatriate tax returns can be intimidating, but we can simplify the process for you. Our three-step process can have you well on your way to properly filing your returns. If you're eligible for a refund, we will be sure to maximize it for you.

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The tax professionals at Expatriate Tax Returns wish you a happy Valentine's Day, whether you're filing jointly or not.

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It's Valentine's Day week and we remind you that married couples can file jointly or separately. If you're not sure which is best for your individual situation, we can help! Our support line is 877-382-9123.

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Moving is a stressful experience. Moving overseas increases that stress exponentially. In addition to preparing your taxes, Expatriate Tax Returns has also prepared a checklist for your big move. We cover everything from documents to vaccinations to kids and pets.This will have you covered from 90 days out up until moving day.

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How will the recent Trump Tax Plan affect expatriates? This was a question we received from many of our expat clients at Expatriate Tax Returns. So, we decided to publish a blog post to let our clients know how the new tax plan will affect their tax returns. Feel free to share this blog post with your colleagues.

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Just before Christmas, President Donald Trump signed the 1,100-page Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, or TCJA, into law. This reform of the tax code won’t affect your 2017 expatriate filings, but it will have an effect on your 2018 tax returns. This is meant as a general guide; you should always consult with...
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At Expatriate Tax Returns, we love getting feedback like this from our clients. At the conclusion of a recent email exchange with a client, we received this message:

"Wow! You did great. Just as before, I would like to say that the timeliness, the communication and all else were impressive. I really appreciate working with you and doing taxes without much stress is great! Thanks again!"

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Here's some insight on how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will affect American Expats.

Those who live abroad may be disappointed. Here’s why and how to prep them.
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How do health insurance and medical bills affect your 2017 taxes? Here are three things to look out for.

Mid-January marks the start of tax season, and health care items throughout the past year can impact how you file your taxes.
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Are the recent bonuses paid to employees evidence that tax reform is already working?

Companies are paying bonuses, raising wages, and committing to major new investments. Is this a sign of the tax law’s success—or just clever corporate
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Today's the day - 2018 Tax Filing Season is open! We're here to help with all of your tax needs.

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced that tax season will open on Monday, January 29, 2018. The IRS will begin accepting paper and electronic tax returns that day, with more than 155 million individual tax returns expected to be filed in 2018.
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Does the thought of doing your taxes from abroad cause you anxiety? Let us help. We will take the stress out of doing your taxes no matter what time zone you are in. Call toll free (877) 382-9123.

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Here's an important tax season reminder. If you get a phone call from "The IRS" looking for your personal information, it's likely a scam. The Internal Revenue Service will reach out via "snail mail" first. When in doubt, don't give your information out! You can always call Expatriate Tax Returns with any questions you may have.

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So-called "Crypto-currencies" like Bitcoin have been in the news a lot lately. The IRS has put out an official statement with regard to how these assets can affect your taxes.

Our friends at Bankrate have 7 ways to get organized early for your tax filing. Click through their slideshow to see.

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Getting organized now will help make tax filing less frustrating and time-consuming.
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Thinking of retiring abroad? Costa Rica and Lisbon, Portugal top a new list. Of course, wherever you go, we are here for your expatriate tax needs.

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If you’re considering retiring overseas, here are some real havens for retirees—or anyone looking for a new lifestyle.
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Here are some tips to avoid a delay in your 2018 tax refund, straight from the IRS.

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IR-2017-185, Nov. 7, 2017 — The IRS today advised taxpayers about steps they can take now to ensure smooth processing of their 2017 tax return and avoid a delay in getting their refund next year.
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