Is my foreign holding company a PFIC?

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Conditional green cards and logging yourself out

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Early distribution penalties, IRAs, and expatriation

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Form 8854 help for a (possibly late-filing) expatriate

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Why become a U.S. taxpayer after you renounce?

This week’s question Frequent correspondent S sent me this one: On your next note, Phil, can you expand on the pros and cons of choosing to be a US taxpayer after expatriation if spouse continues to be US citizen and has all the income streams? The situation The situation, in a nutshell: you and your […]