“Democrats Abroad” invite Americans living outside the US to submit their experiences of being a US taxpayer filing from abroad.
Democrats Abroad has invested a great deal of time making Congress aware of the issues we as non-resident taxpayers face filing from abroad – the complexity of the forms; the cost of preparing reports and filings (even when no taxes are owed); the stress of preparing accurate filings to declare overseas income and accounts given the penalties for filing errors; the tax code provisions that result in the double or punitive taxation of foreign source income; etc.
We will use the submissions to this survey to provide further data and testimony of our experiences to help us advocate for important reforms to the US tax code.
Thank you for taking the time to prepare your submission and for your support for Democrats Abroad’s tax advocacy work.
If you’d like to join our campaign to fight for RBT, visit http://www.democratsabroad.org/taxation.
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