Are you a citizen of both the U.S. and another country?
Or perhaps you are considering becoming a dual citizen of the U.S. and another country.
Dual citizenship has become more common in an increasingly interconnected world. It comes with a number of advantages, such as expanded travel opportunities and access to social benefits like health care and education.
And unfortunately, it also comes with very real responsibilities, particularly in the realm of taxation.
If you fail to comply with your tax obligations, you could find yourself knee-deep in trouble, both legally and financially.
In this article, you learn the ins and outs of dual citizenship and the tax implications that come with it. ... Log in to view full article.