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Issue Number:    RP-2024-17

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Revenue Procedure 2024-17 adds Ukraine, Belarus, Sudan, Haiti, Niger, and Iraq to the list of waiver countries for tax year 2023 for which the minimum time requirements are waived. Generally, U.S. citizens or resident aliens living and working abroad are taxed on their worldwide income. However, if their tax home is in a foreign country and they meet either the bona fide residence test or the physical presence test, they can choose to exclude from their income a limited amount of their foreign earned income (up to $120,000 for 2023). Both the bona fide residence test and the physical presence test contain minimum time requirements. Revenue Procedure 2024-17 provides a waiver under section 911(d)(4) for the time requirements for individuals electing to exclude their foreign earned income who must leave a foreign country because of war, civil unrest, or similar adverse conditions in that country.

Revenue Procedure 2024-17 will be in IRB: 2014-15, dated Monday, April 8, 2024.

 

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