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Greenback Expat Tax Services launches worldwide survey for US expats to source opinions on tax issues

by Sponsored Post on May 13, 2019

Leading expat tax preparation service encourages US expats to help protect and promote American interests abroad by taking this survey.

Greenback Expat Tax Services has launched its 2019 US Expat Opinion Survey, open until May 15, 2019, to the nearly 9-million American expats around the world.

Greenback specializes in providing tax services and consulting for 9,300+ US expats living in over 214 countries and territories, and is conducting the survey to find out what expats’ views are on the issues of US taxes, tax reform, citizenship-based taxation, Foreign Bank Accounting Reporting requirements, government representation, citizenship renunciation and more. [click to continue…]

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