Identifying Nonresident Aliens and Excludable Income - The taxation rules for nonresident aliens working in the United States are complex but must be diligently followed. The consequences of inadvertently being treated as a resident alien can be significant.
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The CPA journal. - New York, NY : New York State Soc. of Certified Public Accountants, ISSN 0094-2049, ZDB-ID 8606109. - Vol. 70.2000, 5, p. 46-53
Oliver, Joseph R., (1997)
Oliver, Joseph R., (2001)
The CPA Journal Millennium Series - The Foreign Earned Income Exclusion: An Update - In an increasingly global workplace, tax-payers must be aware of the possible consequences of overseas' employment in order to elect the best tax treatment. The author reviews the options available under IRC section 911 and the requirements for claiming the foreign earned income exclusion
Oliver, Joseph R., (1999)
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