Yes, all Americans, even when you live/work abroad must file tax returns.
Consult the Irs web site for the latest info for Americans Abroad.
STAY TUNED - WE WILL BE ORGANIZING A TAX EVENT TO HELP EDUCATE ALL AMERICANS IN ITALY BEGINNING OF MAY
IRS reminder: June 15 tax deadline postponed to July 15 for taxpayers who live and work abroad to file their 2020 federal income tax return and pay any tax due.
📌📌If you are a U.S. citizen or resident alien residing overseas, or are in the military on duty outside the U.S., on the regular due date of your return, you are allowed an automatic 2-month extension to file your return and pay any amount due without requesting an extension. Check IRS.gov website for more info and extension to Oct 15‼️
But this year there's a motivator! If you didn't receive one of the three stimulus checks ($3200+) despite being eligible, you can receive them in the form of your tax refund! 💰🤑
- Americans Abroad and the $1,400 Economic Impact Payment: Thursday, April 22nd at 9am Rome time RSVP here.
- DA's recent submission to the Senate Finance Committee
- Blog post "Received a US Govt stimulus check and not sure how to cash it? Try these steps"
In accordance with the Democrats Abroad Italy Bylaws, we recently elected our bi-annual COUNTRY and CHAPTER OFFICERS at our Annual General Meeting (AGM). Thank you to all who voted and/or participated!
2022 Mid-term elections are essential to help America be Better! Get involved: get other Americans living in Italy to join DA Italy, participate in our events or help with our fundraisers so we can reach out to Americans and prepare them to vote!!
Don't hesitate to contact any board member, we'd love to hear from you!
Our Second Annual Virtual GOTV Fundraising Extravaganza is here!
Please support our 2021 fundraising initiatives
Last year, thanks to our first series of six fundraising events and your generosity, we met our fundraising goals. You helped Democrats take back the White House and Senate, and keep the House of Representatives. Now we need to prepare for the 2022 midterm elections so we can win more seats in the House and Senate. We are counting on your generous support so we can implement our voter registration/outreach, and start training our volunteer voting assistants. This is our first event of the season and we hope you will join us!
Join this event for 15.00 Euros or join all events (between now and December) for 75 Euros. Payment is possible via PayPal or bank transfer.
(Please provide your email address so we can send a Zoom link the day before the event)
Event 1: Tuesday, April 20th at 18:30
Siena and the Art of Governing
A virtual tour of Siena's most famous mural "The Allegory of Good & Bad Government"
with our guide, Jane Zaloga
Does renaissance art have a connection to contemporary politics? Join us to see!
Art historian Jane Zaloga will host a virtual evening of art and history of Siena’s City Hall, Palazzo Pubblico, and will give an interpretation of their famous frescoes, collectively known as The Allegory of Good and Bad Government. Jane is the Treasurer of the Central Italy chapter of Democrats Abroad. She has been living and working in Florence for the past 20 years, and currently teaches art and architectural history at the Syracuse University Florence program.
Join Democrats Abroad for this free event to find out how to receive your third $1,400 Economic Impact Payment as an American living abroad. The event will also go over tax basics 101.
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