Morey shares crucial details about the changes in due dates for IRS forms 8938 and the FBAR. Expatriates with offshore bank accounts, corporations, or income are required to file forms which disclose international assets. Many banks in foreign countries are denying bank accounts to U.S. citizens because of the reporting required by the U.S. Government. Have you been affected by recent changes? Find out by contacting Glazer Financial.
[1:09] Many expatriates don’t believe they have to file U.S. taxes, but they do.
[4:35] Do you know what forms to file and when the forms are due?
[5:10] The new administration doesn’t know what changes President Trump will make.
[5:36] The due dates have changed on the forms, K-1 and 1099.
[6:23] The FBAR must be e-filed with your personal tax return.
[7:21] FBAR requirements and due date.
[9:36] Form 8938 is filed if you have an active corporation or investments.
[11:19] Details of foreign income requirements for the IRS.
[14:35] How do immigrants in the U.S. handle taxes?
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