U.S. Taxpayer With U.S. Residence Cannot Exclude Foreign-Earned Income

There are a number of tax issues that U.S. citizens and residents who live abroad have to consider.  One of these is whether they qualify to exclude their foreign-earned income in computing U.S. income taxes.  This exclusion has resulted in a number of tax disputes.  The Leuenberger v. Commissioner, T.C. Summary Opinion 2018-52, case addresses the […]

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