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I'm a British citizen working in the US on an L1 visa. While I'm working in the US, I'm taxed as a US resident. I'm marrying a US citizen next year and will apply for a green card. However, I don't know what country I'll be living in when I retire.

Does anyone know of any reason why I shouldn't invest in my company's 401(k) plan? Are there any tax liability issues if you are not living in the US when you retire, or if you are not being taxed as a US resident when you retire.

Any advice is appreciated.

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