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Check the following for information related to US expatriates and taxes (from Pub. 593, Tax Highlights for US Citizens and Residents Going Abroad):

"Publications 54, Tax Guide for U.S. Citizens and
Resident Aliens Abroad, 514, Foreign Tax Credit for
Individuals, and 901, U.S. Tax Treaties, discuss in detail
the treatment of your foreign income, the foreign tax
credit, and the general tax treaty benefits available to
you.

Students or professors who receive income from
teaching or while studying abroad should also get Publication
520, Scholarships and Fellowships."

Ira
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