American International Tax Advisers is open and operational! The Bangkok office is open however we are asking clients to limit office visits and work with us remotely if possible. Contingency plans are in place for the staff to work at home should the government require the physical office to be closed. If you need to contact us our phone is still accessible and email is still available. We are working hard through this to try to help our clients through this very strange tax season.
The Treasury department has updated the payment extension to include the filing deadline. Thus the deadline to file and pay is now July 15th no extension needs to be filed to be eligible for the extension.
Who We Are.
American International Tax Advisers is Asia’s best U.S. tax firm. We are focused on assisting expatriates with United States tax planning, consulting, and return preparation. While the IRS does not have offices in Thailand or Cambodia, we serve clients all over Asia and the USA from offices in Bangkok Thailand, Hong Kong, Phnom Penh Cambodia, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, Metro Manila Philippines, and Sarasota Florida, Sao Paulo Brazil. Many U.S. Expatriates and Green Card holders are unaware that they have a requirement to file a U.S. income tax return. As a result they have a large number of past due returns to submit. We are experts in correctly completing past due returns for U.S. Citizens and Green Card holders with this problem. If you find yourself in this difficult situation, rest assured we are able to bring you up to full compliance in the eyes of the Internal Revenue Service with minimal stress. Contact us today for a consultation on how we can help you.For business, we are specialist in international tax planning for companies where there is a connection with the USA. If a business needs help doing business with or in the United States we are able to provide high level planning and compliance services.We are proudly American owned.
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Thailand Central Office
One Pacific Place
140 Unit 1804 (18th Floor)
Sukhumvit Road, Klongtoey,
(63) 998 229 4549
6750 Ayala Ave, Makati, 1216
Metro Manila, Philippines
15/F, Skyway Centre, 23 Queen’s Road West,
Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Cambodia Satellite Office
#53, street 446,
Tuol Tompoung I , Chamkarmon
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Kuala Lumpur Satellite Office
(60)-392 125 417
61 (02) 8007-4203
5 Martin Pl, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Sao Paulo Brazil
55 (11) 4210-3742
2017, 2018, 2019 Foreign Earned Income Exclusion
The 2017 Foreign Earned Income Exclusion has increased to $102,100, up from $101,300 for tax year 2016. This means that a husband and wife can make up to $204,200 of earned income using the 2017 Foreign Earned Income Exclusion and pay zero Federal income tax.
The Foreign Earned Income Exclusion for 2018 is $104,100. This means that a husband and wife can exclude up to $208,200 of earned income using the 2018 Foreign Earned Income Exclusion .
The Foreign Earned Income Exclusion for 2019 is $105,900. This means that a husband and wife can exclude up to $211,800 of earned income using the 2019 Foreign Earned Income Exclusion .
To qualify for the 2019 FEIE, you must be out of the U.S. for 330 out of 365 days, or living abroad as a legal resident of a foreign country. If taking the exclusion as a bona fide resident of a foreign country, you might spend 3 to 5 months a year in the U.S., but never 6 months.
For more on how to calculate the 330 days for the 2019 Foreign Earned Income Exclusion contact us.