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Growing / Latest Information For Expat Tax Returns
« Last post by randypark on September 28, 2016, 04:06:18 PM »
For U.S. citizens living abroad, taxes have always been an issue of contention. Even if they have been living away from the country for decades, as long as they are U.S. citizens, they would still need to pay their taxes on time just like every other citizen living on U.S. soil.

There are no special concessions in due dates of tax payments for expats. Also, in the pre-Internet days, filing taxes was a cumbersome task that often required flying to the U.S. just for it. That is one thing that expats today can thank the Internet for-that they can file their taxes right where they are through convenient online tax filing services.

Locus Tax is an online tax filling services & expat tax services provider with a sole focus on understanding your unique expat tax circumstances. We unladen difficult tax filing burdens from our clients. With LocusTax customers can receive all tax benefits and satisfy compliance and reporting requirements. Get help in expartriate tax filling with
General Info / How Online Tax Filing Services is easy for Expats?
« Last post by randypark on July 12, 2016, 06:40:52 PM »
Expats are a strange breed of citizens in the United States. This is because even though they don’t stay or work or live in the country, they are still required to pay taxes. Most of the time, they are required to pay taxes both in their country of residence or work as well as the United States, which is a double financial burden on them! So it follows that expats would want to be extra careful with their money by ensuring that it doesn’t get wasted through wrong tax filing calculations. The way to ensure that tax filing for expats is always accurate is by using online tax filing services.
General Info / U.S. Expat Tax Related Information
« Last post by randypark on July 04, 2016, 11:53:05 AM »
The U.S. has tax treaties with more than 35 nations throughout the world.  Many of these treaties contain special provisions which only apply between the U.S. and the other treaty country.  These treaties all contain provisions in which the U.S. can obtain tax information about U.S. Citizens living in the other treaty country and the tax authorities in that treaty country can secure information about their citizens from the IRS.
General Info / FAQ - What is the foreign earned income exclusion?
« Last post by randypark on June 14, 2016, 06:33:30 PM »
If you are a U.S. citizen or a resident alien who lives abroad, your worldwide income is subject to U.S. taxation. However, the IRS allows the Foreign Earned Income and Foreign Housing Exclusions and the Foreign Housing Deduction if

    You have been outside the U.S. for 330 days and
    Your foreign earnings is less than $100,800*

*Earnings exceeding $100,800 can still take advantage of the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion for $100,800 of the entire gross earnings, Find more @
General Info / Certified Public Accountant From Locus Expat Tax
« Last post by randypark on May 25, 2016, 07:57:05 PM »
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General Info / Expat tax services
« Last post by randypark on May 20, 2016, 06:25:44 PM »
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General Info / US expat tax services
« Last post by Taxman2 on February 05, 2014, 07:03:26 AM »
The United States Thailand Tax Service Bangkok office is opening now. The firm is focused on assisting U.S expatriates, with U.S Tax, consulting, and return preparation where there is a connection with either the United States, Thailand, Australia, and/or New Zealand. While the IRS does not have offices in Thailand, we serve clients all over Thailand. We are experts at solving expat tax problems. Contact us at INFO@USTHTAX.COM
Border Locations / Re: Savannakhet, Laos
« Last post by USA Expat on October 10, 2013, 07:01:21 AM »
Recently, I have heard that the Casino is no longer offering this service.  It seems that the Savannakhet Consulate has a new person in charge, and has made some changes.  This consulate is still a good option for getting visas, but they have eliminated some services, and options.  They are operating more in line with the other Thai Embassies and Consulates.
General Info / Hello & Thanks
« Last post by GuyHarrison on September 30, 2013, 09:21:50 AM »
Hi, Thanks for letting me join your group. I like your topics in the forums, got some good information there on rubber trees.
I am staying in Ban Phattirup a village outside the town of Si Songkhram in the Nakhon Phanom district.
My wife & I have been married 7 years going on 8 and lived around the middle east together for a most of that. I am still working, technically not right now, in between contracts so to speak. It would be nice to meet you guys sometime.
Thanks again
Firstly Thanks for letting me join. I live in Si Songkhran, Nakhon Phanom. I came across this site quite by chance.
also thanks for the info on the visa requirements, it's always been hit and miss with me most times which involves upsetting the wife, that makes for an unpleasant day.
I saw a post on this forum about Savan Vegas Hotel processing your visa papers. I called them yesterday and they're not doing this service any more.
Would anyone here know of anybody else processing your visa papers? Nothing like having the hassles taken away!
I am due to get my visa extension for 3 months in October, so would appreciate any info.
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