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Originally Posted by Ebichuman View Post

Joffrey, but isn't your income taxable in the country of current residence anyway? Not sure if there woud be an advatnage as he is most likely to be taxed in the UK and simply would file a US return (with no taxes owned to Uncle Sam)? Is that incorrect?

it depends entirely on the employment contract and the country of work

whether there is a tax treaty depends on the latter. by default the US enacts taxes regardless of where the income is earned. on a personal level, my employer has a favorable flat tax rate for employees assigned to certain locations, regardless of local tax policies (i.e. company takes care of the difference)