US expats are required to file a federal tax return each year if they earn over $10,000, or just $400 of self-employment income, wherever they live and regardless of what country their income was generated in and whether they are also paying tax there. They may also be liable for US taxes. As such, it’s important for Americans who live abroad that they understand their responsibilities, and to be aware of the most important US expat tax return filing dates and deadlines each year. Watch our video to find out more. Bright!Tax is a leading provider of US expat tax services for the estimated 9 million Americans living abroad. To find out more, get in touch, or visit us at www.brighttax.com.