On today's episode of the podcast, I kick off my three part Digital Nomad Tax Series. Part I dives into the foreign earned income exclusion.
When I started my business, I started writing a book and considered moving into the digital nomad tax space. Overtime I decided that was not the direction I wanted to move in to and leaned into the creative entrepreneur space instead. Throughout the last few years though I have spoken to digital nomad groups and have experience with it.
I turned the book I started into a five part blog series you can read here.
Disclaimer: I am not your attorney. The rules outlined below apply differently to everyone based on each individuals’ facts and circumstances. This is not legal advice.
This episode is for U.S. citizens living and working abroad. For tax purposes, under most rules, Green Card holders are treated as U.S. citizens, so this guide should prove useful for these individuals as well.
It's important to note the general rule regarding U.S. tax is that U.S. citizens are taxed on their worldwide income.
For more information on Foreign Earned Income Exclusions and the tax lingo definitions to go along with them, click here.
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