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Subject: basic question on foreign income Date: 7/1/2014 9:09 PM
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I'm trying to determine if my daughter needs to file a Georgia state income tax return. I'm at the Georgia revenue site, have entered a question on the search query and no information comes up.

We have searched all around. She checked an ex-pat website and Georgia doesn't appear to be one of those states that requires a US citizen who works overseas to file an income tax return. She lives overseas ~11 months out of the year. In fact, it appears that she is considered a non-resident. Does that make sense or seem correct?

Also, she has found out that she needs to file a 2555 form to report foreign income under $92,900 to the feds.

Is that all she has to do?
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