All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘residence’

Applying for the Florida Homestead Exemption Can Trigger U.S. Tax Residency

Florida Homeowners have until March 1 to apply for the Homestead Exemption on Form DR-501 to exempt about $75,000 of the value of their home from property taxes. However, recent immigrants or “temporary” residents with assets outside the U.S. should carefully weigh their options before applying.

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Just Started Helping Another Green Card Holder…

Just started helping another green card holder who thought he didn’t have to pay taxes just because he was living abroad. The 2011 tax amnesty expires in just a few months… Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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HSBC Foreign Account Holder Data Stolen by Whistleblower

HSBC just announced that data from as many as 24,000 clients was stolen by a former employee who, according to the Wall Street Journal, defended his actions saying that he “felt a civic duty to highlight the bank’s role in alleged tax evasion through offshore accounts.” It is quite possible the this information has or will be obtained and used […]

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