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An American living in Klaipeda, Lithuania lives like a queen on her US income - but it comes at a price. The Lithuanians view her and most other Westerners as upper class, which makes it a challenge to truly connect with them.
If you have a US rental property, there are several deductions you can take to reduce your US taxes. You can deduct: Repairs - any improvement that brings your property back to its original state can be deducted. Capital improvements are those that increase the value of your property and those are not deductible. Start-up costs - you can deduct up to $5,000 of the costs you (Read Full Tip)
Read what it's like to move to Los Angeles and live as an expat in one of the most famous cities in the world. Expats in Los Angeles enjoy a diverse city in a warm and sunny climate, where differences are celebrated as much as anywhere else in America. (Read Article)
This expat culture shock report about Tokyo, Japan was submitted by an experienced expatriate who has some great perspectives to share about moving to this cosmopolitan city. It also offers some advice on how to navigate your way through the adjustment process.
Greenback Tax Services helps you explore expat taxes and some of the most important things you don't know about the financial implications of living abroad. (Read Article)
An expat parent's experiences with Changchun American International School in Changchun, China - from extracurriculars to facilities, parent organizations to pros and cons of attending Changchun American International School. (Read Report)