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|Subject: Re: 401k and immigration||Date: 2/25/2001 7:27 PM|
|Author: dhtanguay||Number: 28123 of 82016|
I asked a similar question yesterday and this is the response I got.
My wife is a US resident (Italian citizen) participating in her company's 401(k) plan. When/if we move to Italy will she still have access to her funds after the specified age 59 1/2 or does she forfeit that money not being an American citizen? Same question for IRA.
Your question boils down to taxes. I recommend you read this TMF article:
And then look up IRS Pub 519, U.S. Tax Guide for Aliens. You can download a copy from the IRS web site:
Finally, you should post your question on TMF's Tax Strategies discussion board. Your question isn't hard. You just need professional advice.
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