Eight tax tips for the American abroad and three pointers on how to organize your U.S. state income tax
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A first-aid kit in your luggage is a must, especially if you are traveling to a Third World country. Pharmacies generally aren't as convenient overseas as they are in the U.S.
Honduras has all the makings of an attractive retirement haven--lush countryside with beaches and mountains, a tropical climate, a developing economy, a stable government, international airports, safe cities, friendly people and, most importantly, a low cost of living; you can eat well on just a few dollars a day.
If you reside overseas, full-time or part-time, you have two tax burdens--one in the country where you've taken up residence and one back in the U.S. Remember, an American never loses his responsibility to Uncle Sam. Therefore, this month, we offer advice on important issues to remember when preparing to file your 2005 tax returns.