Hold on to your IRS records for at least six years.
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The audit time period recently changed from three years to six years, so it's important to keep accurate records and documentation during this time frame.
Submitted on Sep 08, 2016 - Category: Expat Finance
David is an IRS Enrolled Agent, an MBA and an experienced finance professional and entrepreneur. David and his wife, Carrie, were frustrated with the process of filing their expat taxes. They found plenty of accountants, but few who could accurately prepare expat taxes. There were expensive accountants who treated them like a number and US CPAs who were well meaning, but not up to date on the rules as they apply to expats. Together they decided there had to be a better way. So they created the kind of company they wanted to work with - and Greenback Expat Tax Services was born!
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