Continuing to work in retirement is becoming a more popular option among older Americans, who express a desire to remain active while ensuring a steady income during their golden years. This trend has extended to expat retirees, who have elected to seek part- or full-time employment – or start a business – after settling abroad. PRC Executive Director Olivia S. Mitchell was recently interviewed for a New York Times piece about American retirees working outside the U.S., in which she advises potential expats to “go in with their eyes wide open.”
“If you’re going to work overseas and earn even a modest salary, you must find a tax adviser expert in international tax issues, because there are some tricky tax laws for Americans living overseas,” she says.
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