U.S. Resident or Nonresident Status for Federal Tax Purposes?

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U.S. federal taxation of individuals depends significantly upon the status of the individual as either a U.S. resident or a nonresident. An individual is a U.S. resident for U.S. federal tax purposes if the individual is a U.S. citizen, holds a U.S. green card or meets the substantial presence test. A U.S. green card holder who is considered to be a dual resident of the United States and another country may rely on the tie-breaker rules under a U.S. tax treaty to determine which country has the jurisdiction to impose tax. An individual is a U.S. resident …read more

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