tax on world wide income

katti

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I know I have read it in some thread some time ago but I can't seem to find it anymore:

I thought that if you, as a temp resident, earned less then '???' pesos a month, you don't have to pay taxes on your world wide income.

Does anyone know if this is true and what that monthly income would be?

thanks
 

Popper

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The US taxes citizens on their world-wide income, but I believe the first $85,000 of foreign-earned income isn't taxed. Someone else might have a more definitive answer.
 

blackburn

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What documents do they provide when you get the above.I got three pages A1,not sure of paper sizes,or 3...? signed and stamped by the migraciones
department.
Stevie.....
 

Malvinas

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Popper said:
The US taxes citizens on their world-wide income, but I believe the first $85,000 of foreign-earned income isn't taxed. Someone else might have a more definitive answer.

Americans still have to play the ponzi tax (social security, medicare, etc) on that 85k.

I thought OP was talking about Argentine tax.
 
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