Autumn is close and it's not too early to start to planning where to get your pumpkin for those tasty pies and cakes! We have a list of the places where tinned pumpkin has been found in the past years as noted on our discussion forum, Twitter and Facebook networks. Or you could make your own pumpkin puree.
International call provider Localphone is celebrating the Fourth of July, Independence Day, by giving away free calls to the USA for two days. Calls to landlines and mobiles in the USA will be free from 12pm (noon) GMT 3rd July until 12pm (noon) GMT 5th July. Customers can call for as long as they want, to as many numbers as they want and Localphone won’t charge them. The offer is available to
U.S. tax rules are unfortunately particularly complicated. Special rules apply to Americans living abroad, which can make US expat taxes even more difficult to maneuver! This article shares our top 5 “must-knows” for Americans living abroad.
#1: All US citizens are required to file a tax return to the US regardless of where in the world they live or work.
Unfortunately, US expatriate tax return reporting requirements baffle even the most seasoned taxpayers. The requirements are constantly changing and in recent years, new asset reporting forms such as the Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR) and the Statement of Foreign Financial Assets (Form 8938) have been added to the reporting requirements, making it even harder to figure out what needs to be filed and when. This article will explain what you as a U.S.