Have you expatriated from the US? Do you intend to expatriate? If so, there is a new procedure which will enable you to become compliant with new US tax laws. The procedure, announced by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in September of 2019, will enable select non-compliant US citizens who relinquished their citizenship to… Read More

If you are an American living and working abroad here in the UK, you might have filed for an extension on the April 15th tax deadline. If so, your US tax returns are due soon. October 15, to be exact. However, since you live and work abroad, you are entitled to request an additional two… Read More

I have an important announcement for anyone interested in learning more about their tax and financial obligations. The Democrats Abroad United Kingdom (DAUK) Tax Day will be held this Saturday, October 5th, from 11am-4pm at David Game College in London. The event will feature a wide range of topics being addressed by guest speakers, including… Read More

In a recent article, ‘5 Common Misconceptions About The UK Taxation Of Expats’, we took a look at 5 of the most popular misconceptions people had about the taxation of expats here in the UK. From the 183 days misconception, to the misconception about expats and foreign employees working in the UK not having to… Read More

Any time we are dealing with an expat, a foreign employee who is working here in the UK, or a foreign national doing business in the UK and abroad, there are certain tax implications that we encounter. While challenging and sometimes downright odd in nature, we must still adhere to these tax laws and misunderstanding… Read More

With the UK being one of the friendliest tax havens in the EU, many expats from countries all over the world are seeing the advantages of moving here and taking advantage of the wide range of tax reliefs our country offers. In fact, if you are from the United States and you work in the… Read More

When UK voters voiced their concerns about being a part of the EU, very few actually listened. Then, it became a movement and that movement became a referendum known as Brexit. Love it or hate it, those in favour of Brexit got their wish (sort of) on June 23, 2016 as the Brexit referendum passed… Read More

George Anson vs. HMRC [2015] UKSC 44 Update — Liz Zitzow, EA CAA, Managing Director It’s been a few years on since Anson vs. HMRC back on the 1st of July, 2015. For those who don’t recall that case, here’s what happened: Mr. Anson owned a Limited Liability Company (“LLC”) which elected like most LLCs… Read More

If Americans own more than 50% of a non-US corporation, they’re GILTI. The GILTI tax works out to approximately 17% of the foreign corporation’s net profit before dividends. That’s huge. I found ways to reduce that down to a manageable figure including methods that bring it right down to zero but alas, it’s not a… Read More