Do US expats get taxed twice

U.S. expatriates (expats) may be subject to taxation in both the United States and the country where they are residing, potentially leading to the concern of double taxation. However, there are mechanisms in place to mitigate this issue: Foreign Earned Income Exclusion (FEIE): U.S. citizens or resident aliens living abroad may be able to exclude a certain amount of their foreign earned income from U.S. taxation using the FEIE. As of my knowledge cutoff in January 2022, the exclusion limit is $108,700 (for the tax year 2021). This means that if your foreign earned income is below this limit, you may not owe U.S. taxes on it.

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