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4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
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Thresholds

If your income exceeded a certain threshold, you must file an IRS Form 1040 for the previous year. These thresholds are the same as for US residents. The total yearly income thresholds for tax year 2022 (filing in 2023) are as follows:

Status Under 65 – 65 or older

  • You are single (unmarried) $12,950$14,350
  • You are married filing jointly $25,900$27,300
  • You are married filing separately $5$5
  • You are filing as “Head of household” $19,400$20,800
  • You are a widow or widower with dependent child $25,900$27,300
  • For tax year 2021 thresholds: please see the IRS Website.

ATTENTION

Are you married and are you filing a joint tax return, but you no longer live at the same address at the end of the tax year? Then a threshold of $ 5 applies.

Are you married and file a joint tax return, but you no longer live at the same address at the end of the fiscal year, and one or both of you is 65 or older?

Then for 1 person> 65 years: a threshold of $ 27,300, and for 2 people> 65 years: a threshold of $ 28,700.

Self-employed: If your net earnings from self-employment are $400 or more, you must file a return even if your gross income is less than the amount listed in the table above for your filing status.

Important note: Certain government benefits, such as child benefits, unemployment benefits, and subsidies, are considered reportable income by the US and may cause you to exceed the filing threshold.

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