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Tax Policy: Economic Benefits of Income Exclusion for U.S. Citizens Working Abroad Are Uncertain
James R. McTigue, Jr. (au)
Since 1926, special tax benefits have been available for U.S. citizensworking abroad. Internal Revenue Code section 911 -- which cost anestimated $4.4 billion in 2013 -- provides a tax exclusion for foreignearned income, as well as an exclusion and deduction for foreign housing costs. This report (1) describes the number and types of taxpayers using the tax expenditure, and analyzes how the tax expenditure may interact with other provisions of the tax code, such as the foreign tax credit; (2) describes what is known about how the tax expenditure may affect business decisions about the employment of U.S. workers abroad, and U.S. exports; and (3) evaluates the potential advantages and disadvantages of modifying or removing the tax expenditure. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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