“Foreigners” Who Are Actually U.S. Citizens

“Foreigners” Who Are Actually U.S. Citizens

Help your clients set the record straight

The United States is unique in that once you become a U.S. citizen, you experience the long taxation arm of Uncle Sam. Under this regime, U.S. citizens, regardless of where they live, are subject to U.S. income (and other) taxes on their worldwide assets. Understanding and complying with the rules can be challenging. Furthermore, it’s possible that an individual can be a U.S. citizen and not know it. Let’s look at the complicated rules surrounding U.S. citizenship and examine what you can

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