ARCHIVED SEMINARS ARE FOR VIEWING PURPOSES ONLY.
THE SEMINAR CONTENT IS NO LONGER CURRENT AND DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR ANY CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT.
ARCHIVE DATE: JULY 2010
The IRS Large Business and International operating division presented this seminar at the 2008 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum, and the information was correct at the time of recording.
Each year, thousands of visas are issued to nonresident aliens to work in our country, while U.S. citizens and residents are taking advantage of globalization to live and work overseas. Many foreigners receive interest, dividends and pensions from U.S. companies while U.S. citizens and residents receive foreign-sourced income.
This session looks into issues for both nonresidents and U.S. persons. It examines who has to file, what income must be reported, how income is sourced, who must pay Social Security or self-employment tax, what deductions or credits may be claimed and what special forms are required.
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