IRS Reminds U.S. Taxpayers Living Abroad of Misc. Filing Due Dates and Filings

In News Release 2017-105, the IRS reminded U.S. taxpayers living abroad:

-The extended due date, if the taxpayer had his or her tax home and abode abroad on the original due date, is June 15. But interest on taxes runs from the original April 18 due date. The extension also applies to military personnel abroad. When filing the return, the taxpayer must file a statement indicating which of these exceptions to the normal due date apply.

-A taxpayer must still file even if. . .

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