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A taxpayer worked enough in the US to become eligible a small

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A taxpayer worked enough in the US to become eligible a small amount of SS Benefits. She was an US Citizen, married a Canadian, and now has dual citizenship. She has live in Canada approximately 40 years. What is her US Tax responsibility
Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Social Security
Expert:  TaxRobin replied 6 months ago.
HelloHer US tax responsibility would be to report all her income for US tax. A US citizen is still required to continue to file and report their worldwide income.It may be that their income is below the filing requirement. They would not have to file a return.If they have any accounts outside the US that have $10,000 or more on any day in the year, they would have to report that account even of they did not have to file an actual tax return.Unless a US citizen renounces their citizenship their reporting does not change.You are required to click a positive rating if I am to be credited with the response.You have to actively click on a rating and click submit. Smiley Faces or Stars.

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