Written by attorney Kreig Daymond Mitchell

The Foreign Housing Income Tax Exclusion

U.S. citizens and resident aliens are taxed on their worldwide income. However, U.S. citizens or residents who work and live abroad may qualify to exclude some or all of the amounts paid for their foreign housing costs. For taxpayers who qualify, this exclusion can provide significant tax savings.

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