IF YOU LIVE IN ANOTHER country, you may miss your family and friends and your favorite restaurant. But there’s probably one thing you wish you could miss – filing your taxes.
Alas, no such luck. Even if you’re living and working somewhere other than the U.S., you still have to file your taxes with the Internal Revenue Service. The good news is that filing your taxes in another country isn’t all that different of an experience from when you were living in the U.S. Still, there are some quirks that you’ll want to be aware of, if you want to take advantage of the tax breaks you’re entitled to, and if you don’t want to run afoul of the law. So if you’re filing taxes north, south, east or west of the good old USA, or you plan on moving to a new country soon, these are some tips you’ll want to take note of.