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I am a US citizen who has lived abroad for ten years. My wife and children are Italian citizens. I have never filed US income tax in these years, but now I am puting money into the market. I know that I am not taxed on the first $76,000 of earned income, but how does this affect my dividends or capital gains on any of my US investments?

Let's start here, and see if anyone can help me out.

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