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How Expats Can Legally Exclude up to $100,800 of Income in 2015 Taxes with Jason Watson
April 29, 2015
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Jason Watson of Watson CPA Group, explains the most important things expats need to consider when filing their taxes. He also shares about the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion, a tax exclusion that can allow you to exclude up to $100,800 in your tax filing in 2015.

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Lain Livingston

Lain Livingston

Lain is passionate about informing aspiring expats about the pros and the cons of life abroad while exposing as many Americans as possible to the idea of experiencing countries and cultures beyond the surface. Married to a half Ecuadorian – half Italian, with family in Ecuador, Italy, England, Dominican Republic, Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina, Lain’s experiences abroad tend to be immersive.

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