It seems unfair that expat entrepreneurs from the US have to pay double taxes. Is it possible to limit our tax liability legally? Today we talk with Stewart Patton, a US tax attorney who shares with me his strategy for saving thousands of dollars on taxes.
I ask him questions such as:
When it comes to taxes as an expat entrepreneur, there are many "experts" online and theories about what should be done. How do we know who to trust and what should we be looking for? How does the 2017 US tax reform change things for expat entrepreneurs? If we already have a company established in another country, is there still benefit to forming an international business? Does money that flows into my US bank account count as "foreign earned income"? What is the next step that we can take as expat entrepreneurs to figure out our specific tax situation? If you'd like to learn more about Stewart Patton, you can visit his website here:
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