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Should you give up your U.S. citizenship if you live abroad? Here’s how to decide

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Should you give up your U.S. citizenship if you live abroad? Here’s how to decide

Legally, the term is “expatriate.” The problem for Americans living in another country is that they must continue paying tax on their worldwide income. Merely departing the United States isn’t enough to end worldwide taxation, because U.S. citizens are taxed no matter where they reside.