US Tax Planning for Nonresidents
The digital economy makes it easy for people and money to move across international borders. If the United States is not involved, then a nonresident of the United States will have few, if any, interactions with the Internal Revenue Service. But as more foreign citizens look to the U.S. as a place to invest, they need to know when and how to navigate the move from being a nonresident to a resident of the U.S. for tax purposes. When a person’s residency status changes, the tax rules change dramatically, and if not anticipated, the consequences can be severe.
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