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Dear Alla, Foreign bank transfer will be reported by the bank and you have to be able to explain the source of funds - if IRS asked. Return of the loan is a plausible explanation - however, the loan
Dear Nathan, Purchase of vacation home in Montana will not trigger residency. Having a primary residency indeed will weaken your position. The rules for residency requirements in Montana are unambiguous:
Dear Heather, State residency issues is the most complicated area of expat returns - albeit the federal part can hardly be considered simple. You are not required to file MA tax return (see http://www
Dear Sue, All paid tax preparers are responsible for compliance to IRS code of tax return they sign for the clients. Please see http://www.irs.gov/Tax-Professionals/Return-Preparer-Regulations-Overview
Dear Harpreet, Stock options is a deferred compensation for prior personal services from U.S. sources. You are required to file U.S. non-resident tax return and report this income. (see http://www
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