What is a Bona fide residence test for U.S. expats? 1

As a U.S. expat, you probably heard about Foreign Earned Income Exclusion, which allows you to exclude up to $101,300 for 2016 tax year from your taxable income. But in order to qualify for such exclusion, you need to meet requirements for either Bona Fide or Physical Presence Test.

We gathered few facts about Bona Fide residence test and also prepared you a free tool, which will help you to understand how one can pass the test or not. Check out our infographic and do not hesitate to contact us in case if you have any questions.

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