Latest Greenback Tax survey finds more U.S. expats considering renouncing their citizenships, as tax filing frustrations remain unaddressed

Around 26% of some 3,200 American expats living in 121 countries around the world say they are either definitely "planning to renounce" their U.S. citizenships or are "seriously considering" doing so – with most citing the tax issues they, as U.S. expats, are obliged to deal with as the reason, according to  summary of the findings of Greenback Expat Tax Services' latest annual survey.

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AXFNJ Podcast: Bangkok-based Peggy Creveling of Creveling & Creveling, on 16 years advising American expats in the 'Land of Smiles'

AXFNJ Podcast: Bangkok-based Peggy Creveling of Creveling & Creveling, on 16 years advising American expats in the 'Land of Smiles'

In November of 1993, Peggy Creveling arrived in Bangkok, Thailand, to meet up with her husband, Chad, whom she'd met at the well-known U.S. military academy of West Point some...

Oct-30-2022