Tax-Savvy Expat Podcast Episode 4: The Foreign Housing Deduction/Exclusion

This one's about the lowliest of the three major expat tax benefits. But it can be immensely useful for people in certain situations.

Written by Stewart Patton

This episode covers the foreign housing deduction/exclusion. If you spend quite a bit on your housing expenses, and you make more than $100,000 from working, then you can use this expat tax benefit to knock out a bit more of your foreign earned income.

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Stewart Patton

I'm Stewart Patton, US tax attorney and expat entrepreneur based in beautiful Belize. Read more about me here, or email me at [email protected] to discuss how I can help.

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