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New Video: Form 2555 and the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion

Today we published a video discussing Form 2555, which is used to claim the foreign earned income exclusion. In the video, we discuss the general requirements for qualifying for the foreign earned income exclusion and go through the completion of Form 2555 line-by-line. You can view these videos and many others on our YouTube channel Andrew Mitchel Tax.
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