She also tackles the complications of having our feet in two countries. Each year Uncle Sam expects not only tax returns from expats, but also a complicated form identifying your foreign bank accounts, regardless of the amounts deposited or source of the funds. And this on top of Spanish taxes! Luckily, some of those can be offset against U.S. taxes and vice versa.


We take long strolls in the countryside surrounding Peralada, which starts a two-minute walk from our front door.  Moving to Spain

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