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  Am I exempt from paying US taxes while teaching in Korea?
Dear Jessica,

U.S. TAXES: Americans residing abroad are not exempt from filing requirements, but are, under certain conditions, entitled to exclusions on foreign-earned income.

More information on overseas income and filing is available from the IRS publications “Tax Guide for U.S. Citizens Abroad” and “Overseas Filers of Form 1040.” These and other Federal tax forms are available at the Embassy.

IRS representatives are available year-round at the IRS regional office in Tokyo. They may be contacted by mail, phone, or fax:

IRS
U.S. Embassy, Tokyo
10-5, Asasaka 1 Chome,
Minato-ku (107) Tokyo Japan

Tel: 81-3-3224-5470
Fax: 81-3-3224-5274


Sincerely,
Park English Team

    


 Am I exempt from paying US taxes while teaching in Korea? Jessica Y. 2009.01.27
  Am I exempt from paying US taxes while teaching in Korea? Park English 2009.01.27


Am I exempt from paying US taxes while teaching in Korea?

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