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  • Everything a nonresident in the US needs to know about the second COVID stimulus payment

    Can nonresidents claim the second pandemic stimulus payment?

    Did you receive $600 from the IRS? Here’s what you should know

    In late December, the US government passed an act which authorized the IRS to begin delivering a new round of pandemic Economic Impact Payments to taxpayers – via direct debit and paper checks.

    The Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act provides a one-time payment of up to $600 per eligible person.
    Continue reading “Everything a nonresident in the US needs to know about the second COVID stimulus payment” »

  • Tax guide for summer camp counselors on J-1 visa

    Tax return from summer camp on J-1 visa

    The camp counselor program allows you to share your culture and ideas while working in a camp setting in the US.

    To take part in the camp counselor program, you need a J-1 cultural exchange visa. This visa allows non-immigrant aliens to temporarily live in the US to participate in the summer camp.

    Generally, J-1 camp counselors are considered nonresidents for tax purposes. You must fill out important tax documents when you arrive at the camp, and your camp director can help you with this. Continue reading “Tax guide for summer camp counselors on J-1 visa” »

  • Налоговый гид для участников программы Camp Counselors по визе J-1

    Вожатые лагерей США по визе J-1 - Налоговый гид

    Программа Camp Counselors (Вожатые лагеря) позволяет вам делиться своей культурой и идеями, работая в летнем лагере в США.

    Чтобы принять участие в программе Camp Counselors, вам нужна виза культурного обмена J-1. Эта виза позволяет иностранцам, не являющимся иммигрантами, временно проживать в США для работы в летнем лагере.

    Как правило, участники J-1 программы Camp Counselors считаются нерезидентами для целей налогообложения. По прибытии в лагерь вы должны заполнить важные налоговые документы, и директор вашего лагеря может помочь вам в этом.
    Continue reading “Налоговый гид для участников программы Camp Counselors по визе J-1” »

  • Which tax form should I use: Form 1040, 1040NR or 1040NR-EZ?

    Coming to the US from a foreign country presents both thrills and challenges to every nonresident.

    One of the more common difficulties nonresidents face is filing their tax return.

    In this blog we’ll be discussing Forms 1040, 1040NR, 1040NR-EZ, and how they apply to each person’s situation.

    Form 1040 (NR & NR-EZ) figures out the total taxable income of the taxpayer and determines how much of a refund the person may be due.

    So, without further ado, let’s examine how to find out which form applies to you! Continue reading “Which tax form should I use: Form 1040, 1040NR or 1040NR-EZ?” »

  • A complete state-by-state guide to US taxes for international students

    In the US, there are different tax rules and laws in each individual state, as well as at a federal level.

    Depending on where you live, you may be required to file a state tax return. In this blog we will outline what you need to know about each state’s tax filing requirement.

    So, let’s start with the easy part.

    States with no income tax

    Nine US states don’t impose any income tax on income.

    This means that, if you live and work in one of the states below, only federal tax will be deducted from your income. You will not have to pay any state income tax.

    • Alaska
    • Florida
    • Nevada
    • New Hampshire (taxes only investment income, not earned income)
    • South Dakota
    • Tennessee (taxes only investment income, not earned income)
    • Texas
    • Washington
    • Wyoming

    While the states above don’t deduct individual income tax, they may still deduct taxes such as corporate tax, among others.

    What to do if you have a state filing requirement

    Meanwhile, if you work or invest in a state that has an income tax, it’s likely that you must file a state tax return. This is a separate document to your federal tax return. States are independent from one another in their taxing authority, and all state tax forms differ in some respects. In other words, the type of document you must file – as well as the deadline to file – differs from state-to-state. You can find a full list of everything you need to know below.

    *These dates are relevant to 2020 due to the outbreak of coronavirus which postponed the US tax deadline from 15 April until 15 July.

    It remains to be seen whether the dates will be the same for 2021 and onwards.*

    Alabama

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Alabama state tax return is 15 July 2020.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘40NR’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Arizona

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Arizona state tax return is 15 July 2020.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘104NR’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Arkansas

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Arkansas state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘AR1000NR’, as well as their federal tax return.

    California

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your California state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘540NR’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Prepare your State tax return with Sprintax

    J-1 Covid-19 stimulus payment

    Colorado

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Colorado state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘104PN’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Connecticut

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Connecticut state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘Ct-1040NR/PY’ and ‘Schedule CT-SI’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Delaware

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Delaware state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘200-02’, as well as their federal tax return.

    District of Columbia

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Columbia state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘D40-B’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Georgia

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Georgia state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘500’ and ‘Schedule B’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Hawaii

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Hawaii state tax return is slightly later than other states in the US, with filing required by 20 July. However, all nonresidents are advised to file before this, and beat the tax deadline rush.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘N15’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Idaho

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Idaho state tax return is slightly earlier than the majority of the other states, with the deadline being 15 June.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘43’ and ‘Schedule B’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Illinois

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Idaho state tax return is slightly earlier than the majority of the other states, with the deadline being 15 June.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a ‘IL-1040’, and ‘Schedule NR’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Prepare your State tax return with Sprintax

    Indiana

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Indiana state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘IT40-PNR’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Iowa

    State tax deadline: The tax deadline for filing your Iowa state tax return is slightly later than the majority of other states in the US, with filing required by 31 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘IA 1040’ and ‘IA 126’, as well as their federal tax return.

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    Kansas

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Kansas state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘K-40’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Kentucky

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Kentucky state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ’740NP’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Louisiana

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Louisiana state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ’IT-540B’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Maine

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Maine state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘1040ME’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Easy Oklahoma tax return

    Maryland

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Maryland state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘505NR’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Massachusetts

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Massachusetts tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘1-NR/PY’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Michigan

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Michigan state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘M1-1040’ and ‘Schedule NR’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Minnesota

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Minnesota state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘M1’ and ‘Schedule M1-NR’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Mississippi

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Mississippi state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ’80-205’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Missouri

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Missouri state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘MO-1040’ and ‘MO-NRI’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Montana

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Montana state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form and ‘M2’, as well as their federal tax return.Montana State tax refunds

    Nebraska

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Nebraska tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘1040N’ and ‘Schedule III’, as well as their federal tax return.

    New Jersey

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your New Jersey tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘NJ-1040NR’, as well as their federal tax return.

    New Mexico

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your New Mexico tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘PIT’ and ‘PIT-B’, as well as their federal tax return.

    New York

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your New York tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘IT-203’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Prepare your State taxes with Sprintax

    North Carolina

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your North Carolina tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘D4000’ and ‘Schedule PN’, as well as their federal tax return.

    North Dakota

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your North Dakota tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘ND-1’ and ‘Schedule ND-1NR’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Ohio

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Ohio state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘IT 1040’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Oklahoma

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Oklahoma state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘511NR’ and ‘Schedule 511NR-1’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Oregon

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Oregon state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘OR-40-N’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Pennsylvania

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Pennsylvania state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘PA-40’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Prepare your State taxes hassle-free with Sprintax

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    Rhode Island

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Rhode Island state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘RI-1040NR’, as well as their federal tax return.

    South Carolina

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your South Carolina state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘SC1040’ and ‘Schedule NR’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Utah

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Utah state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘TC-40’ and ‘Schedule TC-40B’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Vermont

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Vermont state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘IN-111’ and ‘Schedule N-113’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Virginia

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Virginia state tax return is at an earlier date than the majority of states, with filing required by 1 June.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘763’, as well as their federal tax return.

    West Virginia

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your West Virginia state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘IT-1040’ and ‘Schedule A’, as well as their federal tax return.

    Wisconsin

    State tax deadline: The 2020 tax deadline for filing your Wisconsin state tax return is 15 July.

    State tax return: All nonresidents with a tax filing requirement should file a form ‘1NPR’, as well as their federal tax return.

    If you require additional time to file your tax returns after the new deadlines, you can request an extension to do so with the relevant state tax authorities.

    Who can help me prepare my state taxes?

    Sprintax can guide you through the often tricky State tax filing process!

    When you create an account with Sprintax, our system will assist you in preparing fully-compliant Federal and State tax returns and also enable you to use any tax deduction and benefits that will allow you to claim your maximum legal tax refund!

    Prepare your State tax return with Sprintax!

    You can find more information about the forms and State tax returns we prepare here.

  • Keep your tax records when Tax season is over. Here’s why

    How long to keep tax return documents after tax season ends

    Here are the tax records you need to keep and how long you should keep them

    When tax season ends it can feel like a big weight has been lifted off your shoulders – an opportunity to exhale and relax (until it all starts again next year that is!) But before you expel all tax topics completely from your mind, there is one final task you must complete.
    Continue reading “Keep your tax records when Tax season is over. Here’s why” »

  • Ведите налоговый учет по окончании налогового сезона. Вот почему

    Как долго хранить налоговую отчетность США

    Hалоговая отчетность, которую вам нужно хранить и как долго вы должны ее хранить

    Когда налоговый сезон заканчивается, может казаться, что с ваших плеч сняли большой груз – возможность выдохнуть и расслабиться (пока все не начнется снова в следующем году!). Но прежде чем вы полностью выбросите из головы все налоговые вопросы, вы должны выполнить последнее задание.
    Continue reading “Ведите налоговый учет по окончании налогового сезона. Вот почему” »

  • How you can participate in the #SaveJ1 Campaign

    On 22 June, the US government suspended a number of non-immigrant visa programs until the end of 2020.

    The government’s proclamation affects a range of different visa programs including the J-1 Exchange Visitor Program.

    J-1 participants who were hoping to travel as an intern, trainee, teacher, camp counselor, au pair, or summer work travel program participant will now not be able to enter the US before the end of the year.

    The government has stated that the intention behind the visa suspensions is to boost jobs for Americans during the economic crisis.

    However, as the J-1 Exchange Visitor Program is an important cultural exchange program – and not a work program – a new #SaveJ1 Campaign has been established with the aim of lifting the suspension of J-1 visas.

    What is the J-1 Program?

    The J-1 visa is a non-immigrant visa that provides a range of opportunities for international cultural exchange participants who are looking to travel and gain life and work experience in the US.

    Benefits of the J-1 Program to the US

    The combination of J-1 Programs – such as the Camp Counsellor, Intern, Trainee and Summer Work Travel – contribute more than $2.1 billion to the US economy each year.

    The J-1 Exchange Visitor category was introduced in 1961 in an effort to enhance understanding between US citizens and people from all around the world through educational and cultural exchanges.

    It also provides an opportunity for US citizens to learn about new cultures.

    What is being done to save J-1 visas?

    The #SaveJ1 campaign is striving to protect the J-1 Program for all participants. This hashtag is being shared across social media to spread awareness of the issue.

    Our partners at the Alliance for International Exchange have played a key role in driving this campaign and you can learn more about the #SaveJ1 campaign here.

     

    J-1 visa exchange program students

    How can you help?

    Learn the facts

    This fact sheet outlines everything you need to know about the suspension of the J-1 Program and the #SaveJ1 campaign. 

    Harness the power of social media

    Share your support for #SaveJ1 on social media.

    Not sure what to post? Check out this Social Media Tool Kit.

    Sign a petition

    You can sign a petition – like this one to save the Au Pair Program.

    Write a letter

    You can share your support for #SaveJ1 by writing an online letter to the White House or Congress.

    Where to find more information

    Learn more about the #SaveJ1 campaign at the links below.

    https://www.americansforculturalexchange.org/take-action-now

    https://www.iapa.org/call-to-action-help-us-to-save-the-u-s-a-au-pair-program-savej1/

    https://www.iena.org/blog/savej1-campaign/

     

     

  • 5 вещей, которые каждый нерезидент в США должен знать о налогах

    5 вещей, которые каждый нерезидент в США должен знать о налогах

    Когда вы приедете в США как иностранный студент или участник J-1, вы, вероятно, будете очень заняты.

    Без сомнения, вы будете стремиться найти жилье, осмотреть свой новый район и завести новых друзей!

    Налог, с другой стороны, будет самым последним на вашем уме.

    Однако, хотя размышления о скучных финансовых формах могут быть не самой захватывающей перспективой, для каждого нерезидента в США очень важно понимать и соблюдать свои налоговые обязательства. Continue reading “5 вещей, которые каждый нерезидент в США должен знать о налогах” »

  • Как отследить обработку вашей налоговой декларации штата Северная Каролина?

    проверить статус налоговая-декларация штата Северная Каролина

    Северная Каролина – один из 43 штатов Америки, который облагает налогом индивидуальный доход своих жителей.

    Вы должны подать налоговую декларацию штата, если вы иностранец-нерезидент, и если ваш доход в Северной Каролине превышает 0 долларов США.

    Если вы уже подали налоговую декларацию штата Северная Каролина до истечения срока подачи налоговой декларации 15 июля, вы возможно хотите проследить за ходом обработкой возврата ваших налогов.

    В этом руководстве мы покажем вам, как именно вы можете отслеживать возврат, и расскажем, что делать, если вы еще не подали налоги.

    Continue reading “Как отследить обработку вашей налоговой декларации штата Северная Каролина?” »

  • A complete tax guide for au pairs in the U.S.

    Au Pair Taxes Explained by Sprintax

    According to the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) there are up to 12,000 au pairs in the US at any stage during the year (source).

    We’ve put this handy guide together to fill you in on everything you need to know about foreign au pairs and tax in the US.

    About the Au Pair Program

    What is Au Pair?

    An au pair is an individual between the ages of 18 and 26, who travels from their home country to live in the US with a family and work as a caregiver (foreign nanny). An au pair comes to the US as an Exchange Visitor on a J-1 visa and is not allowed to remain in the United States longer than one year.

    Working as an au pair is an unrivaled opportunity to experience the American way of life – and for those who are not native English speakers, it’s a chance to learn and practice the language.

    You can find more about the Au Pair program here.

    Au Pair Income

    Au Pairs in America receive a cash stipend (tied to the U.S. minimum wage) from the host family. The au pair stipend constitutes “wages” because an employer-employee relationship exists between the au pair and their host family.

    Au pairs must report this income to the IRS and it’s subject to income tax.

    One of the many challenges that an au pair may face when they arrive in the US is coming to terms with the US tax system.

    Do Au Pairs have to pay taxes?

    In short, yes.

    All payments that you have received as an au pair from your host family, which cover the cost of any required academic coursework, room and board, or compensation for childcare work are subject to income tax.

    As a nonresident, au pairs will owe tax on all of the money they earned from US sources.

    Although au pair wages are not subject to mandatory U.S. income tax withholding and reporting on form W-2, au pairs must file an income tax return.

    Filing an Income Tax Return

    You will need to apply for a Social Security Number (SSN) or for an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN), whichever is applicable in your case, in order to file your US Federal tax return.

    In the United States, besides federal tax, there are also state taxes and local taxes. Whether you need to file a state tax return will depend on the tax rules of the state in which you lived and /or worked, as some states do not require you to pay state tax.

    In order to reduce your tax liability during filing, the IRS permit au pairs to pay tax in quarterly instalments. To do this, all you’ll need to do is submit Form 1040NR-ES (estimated tax return) to the IRS on a quarterly basis and enclose a cheque for the amount you are paying. You may also pay your tax in full at the end of the tax year with your 1040NR-EZ.

    Prepare your Au pair taxes hassle-free with Sprintax

    What taxes are Au Pairs exempt from?

    Because au pairs are paid for their work in the setting of a private home, they are not subject to mandatory US income tax withholding and reporting on Form 941 and W-2.

    Wages will also be exempt from social security and Medicare (FICA) taxes because of the au pair’s status as a nonresident alien. However, if you had previously been in the United States as a student, teacher, trainee, or researcher in F, J, M, or Q non-immigrant status, then you may be classed as a resident alien, meaning you may be subjected to these taxes.

    Tax deductions

    Most au pairs are considered nonresident aliens for tax purposes, so they are not eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit, the Hope Credit or the Lifetime Learning Credit.

    What happens if an au pair does not pay taxes?

    It’s important to note that, by not filing your tax return, you can severely jeopardize your chances of securing a US visa or Green Card in the future.

    How to pay taxes

    If the case arises where you end up owing additional taxes along with your return, you have various options to pay. The most common forms of paying are pay by check, bank transfer or your credit or debit card.

    You may need to prepare a payment voucher and mail it to the IRS with a check or money order if you choose this payment method.

    If you choose to pay with a payment voucher, Sprintax will provide the filled out form for you. You will find detailed information about the method you have chosen in your instructions.

    Check out this guide on what to do if you missed the tax deadline.

    How to file my US tax return as an Au pair

    Usually, you have until 15 April of every year to file your tax return, however – with the ongoing COVID19 pandemic causing chaos across the globe, the deadline for 2020 has been moved forward to 15 July.

    • In order to file your au pair tax return you need:
      Your Social Security Number (SSN) or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN);
    • Calculate how much you earned in the US during the previous calendar year. The simplest way is to multiply your weekly stipend with the number of weeks you worked as an au pair;
    • File form 1040NR-EZ with the IRS;
    • Send a payment to the IRS with the amount of any taxes owed.

    At Sprintax, our software has the capabilities to help you to prepare your federal tax return easily online. We will also assist you with your state tax return.

    By preparing your tax documents with Sprintax, you can also ensure that you receive your maximum tax refund! And with the average Sprintax user receiving a tax refund of $1,153, it’s easy to see why it’s worth your time checking to see what you are owed!

    With Sprintax you can:

    • Save time and stress!
    • Determine your residency status
    • Prepare a fully compliant US tax return
    • Maximize your State tax refund if available
    • Avail of our 24/7 Vita Qualified Live Chat facility

    Prepare your Au Pair tax return today!

  • Полное руководство по налогам для Au Pair в США

    Налоги для J-1 Au-Pair в США

    По данным IRS (Internal Revenue Service – Налогового Управления США), в США на любой стадии в течение года может быть до 12 000 помощников по хозяйству (Au Pair).

    Что это Au pair?

    Au pair – это человек в возрасте от 18 до 30 лет, который приезжает из своей страны, чтобы жить в США с семьей и работать в качестве опекуна/воспитателя. Работа в качестве Au Pair является непревзойденной возможностью познакомиться с американским образом жизни, а для тех, кто не является носителем английского языка, это возможность выучить и практиковать язык.

    Одна из многих проблем, с которыми Au Pair приходится сталкиваться по прибытии в США, заключается ознакомлении с налоговой системой США.

    Имея это в виду, мы собрали это удобное руководство, чтобы рассказать вам обо всем, что вам нужно знать об иностранных Au Pair и налогах в США.

    Итак, начнем!
    Continue reading “Полное руководство по налогам для Au Pair в США” »

  • Даты въезда и выезда в США – как проверить историю путешествий

    Даты въезда и выезда в США

    Чтобы подготовить налоговые документы США, вам необходимо знать точные даты, когда вы путешествовали в США или из США.

    Однако, если вы не знаете свою историю путешествий и вам нужно перепроверить точные даты въезда и выезда, вы можете легко сделать это онлайн.

    Таможенная и пограничная служба США (US Customs and Border Protection (USCBP)) ведет учет всех нерезидентов, которые путешествуют в страну за последние 5 лет.

    В этих документах также указана причина их поездки и даты их предыдущих визитов в США.

    В этом посте мы обсудим, как отследить всю вашу историю путешествий.
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  • Топ 5 ошибок, которые нерезиденты совершают в своих налоговых декларациях и как их избежать

    ошибок нерезиденты совершают в налоговых декларациях

    Налог в США сложен, и при подаче налоговой декларации легко ошибиться.

    Такие ошибки могут досадными и привести к задержкам как в обработке вашей налоговой декларации, так и в получении возврата налогов.

    В этом руководстве мы выделим пять наиболее распространенных ошибок, допускаемых нерезидентами при подаче налоговой декларации, и дадим советы о том, как их избежать! Continue reading “Топ 5 ошибок, которые нерезиденты совершают в своих налоговых декларациях и как их избежать” »

  • The top 5 mistakes nonresidents make on their tax returns and how to avoid them

    Mistakes nonresident aliens make on their tax returns

    US tax is tricky and it is easy to make a mistake when filing your tax return.

    Such mistakes can be frustrating and lead to delays in both processing your tax return and retrieving your tax refund.

    In this guide, we’ll highlight the five most common mistakes made by nonresidents while filing their tax return and provide top tips on how to avoid them! Continue reading “The top 5 mistakes nonresidents make on their tax returns and how to avoid them” »