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Yes, when the gift tax filing threshold is met with a gift of more than $14,000 to individuals that are not your spouse, the IRS Form 709 (please see https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/i709.pdf for more info)
Hi Brad, the main thing to consider is that as a US citizen, irrespective of your residence in the world, you will continue to be subject to taxation on your worldwide income. There are additional tax
That depends on the type of income and whether such income gives rise to a filing requirement. For example, if the $1,000 in income is all from employment, then you would be below the filing requirement
Hi Cindy, the decision as to whether to have any voluntary withholding should be decided upon whether you have any other sources of income during the year that will lead to a portion of your Social Security
Hi Shone, in order to qualify for the living abroad exemption, please see the following in the Form 8965 instructions ( http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/i8965.pdf): You can claim a coverage exemption for
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