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Thread: Filing for US tax on the Pension Tax Refund?

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    Talked to a Tax advisor
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    Quote Originally Posted by strawberry_aimimi View Post
    We have to file taxes on the lump-sum refund
    Wait, we do? Is it not inherently part of the "foreign earned income" exclusion?

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    Long dead thread, but I have the same question, as it's getting to tax time. Do I add it in with the foreign earned income exclusion? Do I not put it on the form at all? I'm honestly puzzled. I would assume it would fall under the exclusion...
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    Default Re: Filing for US tax on the Pension Tax Refund?

    I think it's excluded, I'm pretty sure it would have been mentioned at some point if we needed to pay tax.

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