South Florida’s multinational population means many U.S. nationals in the region have assets in foreign countries, but many don’t realize their overseas income is subject to U.S. income taxes, financial advisers say.
New residents are often surprised how quickly their tax obligations begin, and Venezuelans have the added disadvantage of exchange rate complications.
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