Your tax home is your main place of:
In other words, your tax home is where you are permanently and indefinitely working as an employee or self-employed individual. This does not mean that it is your residence or domicile for tax purposes.
If you do not have a regular or main place of business because of the nature of your work, your tax home could be the place where you regularly live. If you have neither a regular business nor a regular residence, you are considered an itinerant, and your tax home is wherever you actually work.
You are not considered to have a tax home in a foreign country for any period in which your residence or main place of business is in the United States. However, your residence or main place of business is not necessarily in the U.S. while you are temporarily physically in the United States, as visiting the U.S. for a short while does not automatically change the location of your tax home. Merely maintaining a residence in the United States while actually living and working in another country also does not mean that your tax home is in the U.S., whether or not your spouse or dependents use the residence.
The location of your tax home often depends on whether you are there temporarily or indefinitely:
International tax is an extremely complex area of the law. You may want to consult a tax lawyer who has a knowledge of tax homes and other international tax issues. An experienced tax lawyer would be able to explain your problems to you and help resolve them.
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