I started living abroad in 2002 and teaching in 2003. I try to help people who want to teach English and an active poster on Dave's ESL Cafe. I created three blogs to help people. The Ultimate Peru List: http://www.theultimateperulist.blogspot.com TEFL Tips: http://www.tefl-tips.com The LA Job List: http://www.thelajoblist.blogspot.com
I know it's only September, almost October, but it's never too early to start planning, right?
I found a great tax service, that specialises in doing taxes for international teachers, unfortunately it seems ilke their waiting list is years long. I've got a couple of tax issues, closing IRAs, SE, FBAR, a dependent, and lots of other fun stuff and I think I'm out of my league.
Anyone know of a good tax accountant that doesn't charge an arm and a leg? An expat tax accountant that doesn't charge expat prices?
Thanks!6 AnswersUnited States9 years ago