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Tax Regulations for Non-Immigrants and NRIs in US


Tax regulations is one of the most confused and complex topic when you are in US on non-immigrant visa (H1/F1/L1, etc.) or you are permanent resident (Greencard holder) or US Citizen.

I found this nice information in form of slides on slideshare.net by  Sanket Shah of NSGlobal. It is really nice information and worth going through once to brush up your knowledge on tax basics and implications. It explains several scenarios with simple examples that’s easy to understand. It has touched almost every basic points including Gift / Estate tax, FBAR / OVDI, FACTA(8938), etc.

Link to Slideshow

Also check this slideshow: Do you Know

Hope this helps.

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  1. sreek
    November 5, 2012 at 9:56 pm

    A question related to tax :

    Do we need to pay tax in US on PF withdrawal in India even though it is tax exempt for the employees who have PF A/C with 5 years?

  2. August 1, 2012 at 10:12 pm

    Reblogged this on Freedom from the tyranny of U.S. citizenship-based taxation for U.S. and dual citizens outside the U.S. and commented:
    Great post – immigrants are often overlooked in this area.

    • August 1, 2012 at 10:17 pm

      I know. It’s so confusing especially when you are on non-immigrant visas but considered as resident for tax purpose. I have been into this FBAR/OVDI mess. Waiting to hear back from IRS.

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