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How the Streamlined Program Is Leaving Many Snowbirds Out in the Cold

By Ephraim Moss, Esq. & Joshua Ashman, CPA   For many U.S. expats who are delinquent in their expat tax filings, the Streamlined Procedures offer a great solution for catching up with limited or no penalties.  Due to the Streamlined program’s qualification requirements, however, American citizens living in Canada, or other countries, who regularly visit […] The post How the Streamlined Program Is Leaving Many Snowbirds Out in the Cold appeared first on Get Help With Expat Tax Preparation.
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