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Introduction to a US tax expert for American expats and US/UK dual nationals

Whether you are a US national living abroad, a British expat living in the US or a US/UK dual national, we can connect you with a hand-selected US tax specialist who will provide you with tailored help, helping you understand your US tax responsibilities.

Once you have completed our straightforward US tax introduction form we will evaluate your situation before personally connecting you to the most suitable trusted experts in our network.

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Request your free introduction to a specialist US tax consultant

Requesting an introduction to one of our trusted US tax expert takes less than two minutes

Our introductions are a personalised, high quality service that connects people to our panel of trusted experts, each qualified to provide tailored advice and guidance.

With the help of our experts you can be sure that you will receive the help you need to ensuring you fully understand your US tax commitments.

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Specialist US tax advice

Our expert is qualified to assist with the nuances of US tax system for British expats living in the US, US nationals living abroad and US dual citizens.

Whatever your issue, our experts should be able to help.

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Claim your free consultation

Our hand selected US tax experts offer an initial free consultation lasting around 15 minutes to provide trustworthy answers to your general questions.

If you need further assistance, our experts are on hand to help.

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Tailored advice you can trust

All of the experts in our network are selected through a rigorous selection process and are hand selected based on the information you provide.

No automation, no robots, no algorithms.

Additional services following the consultation.

If you decide you need further assistance or paid service after your free consultation has been conducted, all potential charges and services will be clearly explained so that you can make the decision to proceed or not based on what works for you.

There is no sales push and you are under no obligation to follow up with paid services following the consultation if they are not required.

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What expats say about our experts

Contact was fast. Initial consultation was informative and helpful. The consultant was very personable, listened to my questions and was thoughtful and thorough in his responses. In a forum such as this, the consultant must convince the client that they are trustworthy and knowledgeable; The consultant I spoke with did that!

Lucy P.

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I was shocked after years of traveling to come across such a professional organised group. There are no hard sells only professional advice, when I make my next move I will follow up with them.

Michael M.

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I highly recommend The service provided by Experts for Expats. They were quick, efficient and extremely helpful. I got all the answers I needed.

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My query was regarding transfer of a UK pension to Australia. The advice I received was really helpful and incredibly informative. I'm glad I reached out!

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