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我们为所有的非税收居民提供美国报税服务,如从有奖金收入的运动员到有版税收入的音乐家及艺术家等均可以

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为你的下一个作品寻找灵感,或者为下一个比赛项目训练准备,不需要花太多时间在IRS的退税表上,

我们为运动员,音乐家,艺术家办理退税,如果你是通过P,O,B1签证去美国工作,我们也能为你申请版税

如果在这3年获得美国版税,会在你的收入中扣除30%的费用。你非常容易获得额外收入,所以值得你申请。

无需考量更多,Sprintax将会帮助你申请合法化最大化金额的退税,若你在过去三年里多缴纳了税金,且不是美国税收居民, 确保可以为你申请基于美国税法及国际税收协定的应得退税金。

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版税退税案例研究

案例研究

Case studies
Athlete on P-1 Visa*

As the winner of the 2008 Dublin City Marathon, Colin is invited by the Staten Island Athletics Club to run in the 2009 New York City Marathon. His visa, flight and hotel arrangements are organised and covered by the Staten Island Athletics Club.

Colin arrives in NYC on a P-1 visa on October 5th. After an exceptional run on October 7th, Colin finishes second in the marathon and receives $14,000 from the Marathon funds and a signed contract for several future events worldwide. Colin then leaves the US on October 8th and returns to Dublin. It is his only visit to the US during 2009.

Because he only spent 4 days in the US in 2009, Colin is considered a non-resident for tax purposes and therefore the Marathon organiser deducts 30% tax from his winnings, as required by the IRS.

When Colin receives his winnings by bank transfer he receives $9800 and a statement for the $4200 that was deducted from his gross winnings as federal income tax.

However, because Colin is a non-resident for tax purposes in the US and a citizen of Ireland, taxback.com can claim tax treaty benefits which exempt his winnings from US tax and allow him to receive a full refund of the $4200.

Case studies
Opera Singer on O-1 Visa*

Jennifer is a famous Australian opera singer who is invited by Music Hall to take the role of Desdemona in Verdi’s Othello. She takes on a three week contract of two performances per week at $1500 per performance – making her gross earnings for the show $9000.

Jennifer arrives in the US on March 11th 2009 on an O-1 visa and returns to Australia on April 4th. It is her only visit to the US in 2009.

Because she only spent 24 days in the US in 2009, Jennifer is considered a non-resident for tax purposes. Therefore, Music Hall deducts 30% tax from her pay, as required by the IRS.

Jennifer receives her net earnings of $6000 by bank transfer to her account in Australia and $3000 of federal tax is paid to the IRS.

Because Jennifer was a non-resident for tax purposes in the US and is a citizen of Australia, her performance income can be exempt from US tax and taxback.com can use tax treaty benefits to help her claim a full refund of the $3000 of federal taxes.

以上案例为虚构情节,只供参考。