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2006 Tax Questionnaire

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   I. Personal Information
                                             A. Taxpayer (If you are married, this      B. Spouse (if applicable) If you are
                                              should be the name you want listed          married, please provide spouse's
                                                   first on your tax return.)          personal information even if you are
                                                                                      filing separately or spouse is not a
                                                                                                    US citizen.

Full Legal Name
Social Security Number
Date of Birth (M/D/Y)
Occupation
Citizenship (If not US, please give
country of citizenship and also state
whether you are a US greencard or visa
holder.)

                                                                                                                               Contributions to this fund reduce
Do you wish to contribute $3 to the
                                                                                                                               candidates' dependence on large
Presidential Election Campaign fund?                                                                                           contributions from individuals and
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refund.) (Enter “Yes” or “No”)                                                                                                 equal financial footing in the general
                                                                                                                               election.

C. Address to put on your tax return
(where the IRS would contact you if
necessary)

D. Actual mailing address, if different:

E. Moved in the past year? Previous
address:

F. Additional Contact Information
                                  Email:
                        Alternate Email:
                           Home Phone:
                          Mobile Phone:
                            Work Phone:

G. Filing Status                                    "X" one of the following
                                   Single
                   Married Filing Jointly
             Married Filing Separately*
                     Head of Household
                             Don't know

                                            Did spouse live with you at any time
                                            during the past year? What dates?
           *If Married Filing Separately:
                                            Did/Will spouse file Sch. A (Itemized
                                            Deductions) for 2006?
H. Were there any births, adoptions, marriages, divorces, or deaths in your
household in the past year? (If so, please explain.)

I. Your Dependents (Note: your spouse is never considered your dependent.)
Name (first, MI, last)
Social Security Number
Date of Birth (M/D/Y)
Relationship to you
Citizenship

No. of months lived with you in 2006

If age 19-23, full-time student?

Earned wages, interest, or dividends?
(yes or no) If yes, attach details.

J. Can someone else claim you or your spouse as a dependent?



II. Overseas or Part-Year Overseas Residents
Please read the Overseas Tax Issues Q&A section of our website before completing this part.
A. ALL overseas filers, please complete this section. Then complete section B, C, D, or E as applicable.
                                                      Taxpayer                                Spouse
   1. What US state are you a resident
   of?
   2. What county in that state are
   you a resident of?

   3. For what year did you last file a
   state income tax return?

   4. On what date did you become a
   resident of that state?

   5. How many days did you spend in
   that state last year?

   6. If not given on page 1, what is
   your foreign address?
   7. Employer


   8. Employer's Address



   9. Did you take the foreign income
   exclusion in any previous tax year?
   (yes or no; if yes, most recent year?)


   10. Did you ever revoke the foreign
   income exclusion? (yes or no)

   11. Is your employer: A foreign
   entity? A US company? A foreign
   affiliate of a US company? Self?
   Other? (what?)

   12. What contractual terms do you
   have relating to the length of your
   employment abroad?

   13. What type of visa do you have?

   14. Does your visa limit the length
   of your stay in the foreign country?
   (explain)
   15. Have you submitted a
   statement to the foreign country
   saying that you are not a resident
   of that country?
   16. What are your housing
   arrangements overseas? (rented
   home, purchased home, employer
   provided, etc.)

   17. Did you have overseas housing
   expenses NOT reimbursed by your
   employer? (including rent, utilities
   (not phone), repairs, insurance,
   etc.) (give cost for each type of
   expense)

   18. Did you own a home in the US
   while living abroad? (yes or no)
                                                                          Address:
   19. If so, give the address of your
   US home, whether it was rented,
   names of occupants, and their
   relationship to you.

                                                                           Rented?
                                                               Occupants' names:
                                                                     Relationship?
   20. Did you pay any income tax to
   a foreign government in the past
   year? (amount?)

   21. Did you have any bank or
   financial accounts in your name in
   a foreign country? (yes or no)


   22. If so, did they have a combined
   balance of more than US$10,000 at
   any time during the past year? (If
   so, please complete the Foreign
   Bank Account Questionnaire at the
   end of this questionnaire.)


   INSTRUCTIONS: Now go on to part B, C, D, or E, as follows:
   If you moved from the US to a foreign country in 2006, please click here to go to part B.
   If you moved from one foreign country to another in 2006, please click here to go to part C.
   If you lived in one foreign country for all of 2006, please click here to go to part D.
   If you moved from a foreign country to the US in 2006, please click here to go to part E.


B. If you moved from the US to a foreign country in 2006, please complete this section:
                                                          Taxpayer                                Spouse

   What exact date did you first arrive
   in your new (foreign) home?

   How long do you expect to remain
   overseas?


Travel: Please provide your actual and/or anticipated travel dates for the 12-month period beginning on the date you arrived in your new home. List
each US trip (personal or business). Also include trips to other foreign countries if they involved crossing international waters or passing through the US
for 24 hours or more.
                                                            Trip 1                                Trip 2                                Trip 3
Traveler's Name(s) (taxpayer or spouse
only, not children)

Country visited (including US)


Date Arrived


Date Left

Number of days in US on business
(days actually spent working)
Now go on to Section III, Income.


C. If you moved from one foreign country to another in 2006, please complete this section:
                                                        Taxpayer                                Spouse

What date did you first arrive in your
new country?

What date did you first arrive in your
previous country?

Since what date have you been living
overseas?

How long do you expect to remain
overseas?


Travel: Please provide your US travel dates for 2006:
                                                         Trip 1                                  Trip 2         Trip 3
Traveler's Name(s) (taxpayer or spouse
only, not children)

Date arrived in USA


Date left USA

Number of days in USA on business
(days actually spent working)
Now go on to Section III, Income.



D. If you lived in one foreign country for all of 2006 (disregarding vacations) please complete this section:
                                                        Taxpayer                                Spouse

What exact date did you first arrive in
your current country?

Since what date have you been living
overseas?

How long do you expect to remain
overseas?

Travel: Please provide your US travel dates for 2006:
                                                         Trip 1                                  Trip 2         Trip 3
Traveler's Name(s) (taxpayer or spouse
only, not children)

Date arrived in USA


Date left USA

Number of days in USA on business
(days actually spent working)
Now go on to Section III, Income.


E. If you moved from a foreign country to the United States in 2006, please complete this section:
                                                        Taxpayer                                Spouse

What date did you arrive in the USA to
live?

What date did you first arrive in your
previous (foreign) home?

Since what date had you been living
overseas?

How long do you expect to remain
overseas?

Travel: Please provide your US travel dates for 2006 prior to your move back to the US.
                                                         Trip 1                                  Trip 2         Trip 3
Traveler's Name(s) (taxpayer or spouse
only, not children)
Date arrived in USA


Date left USA

Number of days in USA on business
(days actually spent working)

Now go on to Section III, Income.

                                                          *** REMINDER: SAVE YOUR WORK ***

III. Income
A. Employee Salary/Benefits. Please complete the chart below, providing annual, not monthly, figures. If your employer does not automatically provide
you with this information, please request it from your business office. Please also attach your W-2's and/or foreign statement of income. (If your
income is only from self-employment, see section D below and leave this blank.)

                                             Total amount received or paid on     Total amount received or paid on
Income Category
                                                 taxpayer's behalf in 2006             spouse's behalf in 2006

The amounts below are listed in what
currency?

Salary (NOT including items below) If
your salary was split between two
employers or two locations, please
show a breakdown.

Retirement*

Housing/Utilities

Airfares**

Shipment of Personal Effects

Relocation/Settling-in Allowance

Professional Development
Free Tuition (not taxable for school
employees, taxable for others)
Medical Insurance (optional, not
taxable)
Life/Disability Insurance (optional, not
taxable)
Other (describe)

Other (describe)

* If you listed a retirement amount
above, please describe how it was paid.
(directly to you, directly to a retirement
plan (what kind?), etc.)

** If you listed any airfare amounts
above, were they for initial or final
contract travel, or for vacation?



B. Benefits received from Social
                                                                      Taxpayer:
Security (Attach SSA-1099)

                                                                        Spouse:

C. Do you have Self-Employment income? If yes, please click on the Self-
Employment tab at the bottom of the screen and fill out the Self-Employment
Questionnaire.

D. Miscellaneous Income                                  Describe

Did you have any other sources of
income? (gambling, royalties, prizes,
awards, jury duty, etc.) If so, is any of
it from a foreign source? Attach
details.

E. Real Estate                                   (Answer yes or no below)
1. Did you rent out property to
anyone? (If so, click on the Rental
Property tab at the bottom of the
screen and fill out the rental
questionnaire.)
2. Did you buy or sell property during
the past year? (If so, attach details.) If
you sold your primary residence,
please answer the questions below.
   a. What date did you purchase the
   property?
   b. What dates did you live in the
   property?
   c. What date did you sell the
   property?
   d. How much did you pay for the
   property?
   e. How much did you sell the
   property for?

   f. In the two years prior to the date
   you sold the property, did you
   exclude from income tax your gain
   on the sale of any other house?
F. Interest and Dividend Income

Did you earn/receive any interest or dividends in 2006? (yes or no)
If so, please submit all form 1099-INT's, 1099-DIV's, as well as information on any interest or dividends from foreign accounts. Please list here the
institutions which issued you these.
                 Payer                     Form (1099-INT, 1099-DIV, etc.)




G. Capital Gains and Losses
Did you have any capital gains or losses in 2006? (yes or no)
If so, please submit all year-end brokerage reports, 1099-B's, K-1's etc, or comparable statements from foreign accounts. If not included in the
reports, please provide the following for each sale of securities during the past year: Company Name, Number of shares sold, Date
Acquired, Date Sold, Sales Proceeds less Commissions, Cost or Basis including Commissions. Please list here the institutions which issued these
reports.
                 Payer                          Form (1099-B, K-1, etc.)




H. Alimony                                                                          (Answer yes or no and the amount)
Did you receive any alimony in the
                                                                       Taxpayer:
past year?
                                                                         Spouse:
Did you pay any alimony in the past                                    Taxpayer:
year?                                                                    Spouse:
                                             Recipient's social security number:

I. Prior year State Tax Refund
Did you receive any state tax refunds in the past year? (Do NOT include any
Federal refunds.) (Answer yes or no and the amount. Attach 1099-G.)

J. Unemployment Insurance Compensation
Please enter total amount received in the past year:

K. Other Miscellaneous Income
Did you receive any other form 1099's (MISC, R, S, G), or any other kinds of miscellaneous income, whether foreign or
US? If so, list the payers here and submit the 1099's or other documentation.


                                         *** REMINDER: SAVE YOUR WORK ***

IV. Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) and Other Retirement Accounts

Note: If all of your income is excluded under the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion, it is likely that you are not eligible
to contribute to an IRA. For more information, please visit <www.overseastaxservices.com/IRA.html>.

                                                        Taxpayer                                  Spouse
A. Traditional IRA Contributions for
2006 (amount and date of
contribution)
B. Roth IRA Contributions for 2006
(amount and date of contribution)

C. Other retirement plan contributions
you made. (what kind and how much?)


D. Other retirement plan contributions
made on your behalf by your employer
(what kind and how much?)


E. Distribution of Pension/IRA

If you received any distributions from Pension or IRA accounts during the past year, please “X” to indicate whether or not you rolled over the distribution
into another IRA or pension fund. If not rolled over, please give amount of distribution and include 1099-R’s.
                                                           Taxpayer                               Spouse

               No distribution received:


               Received and rolled over:


           Received and not rolled over:


                                Amount:

F. IRA management fees paid in the past year:

                                            *** REMINDER: SAVE YOUR WORK ***


V. Expenses

A. Telephone Excise Tax Refund (Tax law change in 2006: If you paid for residential long-distance phone service in the United States at any time
after February 28, 2003 and before August 1, 2006, you are eligible for a refund of certain taxes that were charged on your phone bill. You do not need
any receipts; there is a standard amount ($30-$60) which all taxpayers who paid for long-distance phone service can claim.)

Did you pay for residential long-
distance phone service in the United
States at any time after February 28,
2003 and before August 1, 2006? (yes
or no)

B. Moving expenses : For each move during the year, separately list the expenses of moving all of your personal property (truck or van rental, moving
company, shipping company, etc.). Also list travel and lodging expenses during the move (rental car, gas, tolls, airfare, taxis, train tickets, etc.) and
telephone communication in preparing for relocation. NOTE: Meals are NOT deductible.

   Moved from:


   Moved to:


   Miles moved:


   Date of move:


   Reason for move:

   Expenses:

   Employer reimbursement:

C. Child Care Expenses
Did you pay a company or individual to care for your child(ren) during the past year so that you could work? (yes or
no)

If yes, please provide the following for each caregiver.

                                  Name:

                Social Security Number:

      Amount paid during the tax year:

                    Child(ren) cared for:

                    Caregiver's address:

D. Education Expenses

1. Did anyone in your household attend university or graduate school in the past year?

If yes, please provide:

                          Who attended?

                             Institution:

                           Tuition paid:
            Full-time? Half-time? Less?

                        Dates attended?

2. Did you pay interest on any school loans? Amount? (Attach 1098-E.)


E. Educator Expenses

If you are an educator, did you have any unreimbursed expenses relating to your job as an educator? Give amount for each type of expense. (You must
keep receipts to substantiate these expenses.)

                                                        Taxpayer                                 Spouse

                                  Books:

                               Supplies:

                             Equipment:



VI. Itemized Expenses

Note: You do not need to complete this section if: (a) you don't wish to itemize, (b) you know that the total amounts in this section do not exceed your
standard deduction ($5,150 for single, $10,300 for married filing jointly), (c) you do not have receipts or other substantiation for these expenses, or (d)
you know that you will owe no income taxes because all of your earned income is eligible for the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion and any other income
(investments, rents, etc.) is fairly insignificant.

A. Unreimbursed Medical Expenses: Total for the year (including medical insurance premiums paid by you) (Total
amount must be 7.5% or more of your adjusted gross income to be tax deductible.)

B. Taxes paid during the year

1. Real estate taxes:

2. Taxes paid to state or local
authorities to settle a previous year's
tax liability:


C. Interest Expenses
(Please include a copy of form 1098 or equivalent from your bank. If you purchased a home in the past year, please provide the settlement statement or
closing statement as well.)

   Mortgage interest paid:


   Points paid to purchase/refinance:

D. Charitable Contributions
Total during the year: Please include cash amount for gifts in check or cash form as well as non-cash amounts for gifts of personal property such as
clothing, furniture, books, etc. Note: Donations must be to US charities in order to be deductible. Do not include donations to foreign organizations.
You must keep your receipts to substantiate all donations in the event of an audit.

              Organization                       Cash amount donated                   Value of non-cash donation




If non-cash donations total $500 or more, please complete the following (attach additional pages as necessary):

1. Donated to (donee) name and
address:

2. Describe the item(s):


3. Date of contribution:
4. Date acquired by you:

5. How acquired by you (purchase,
gift, etc.):

6. Your cost or basis amount:

7. Fair Market Value (FMV):

8. Method used to determine FMV
(donee determined/ independent
evaluation/your evaluation)

E. Casualty or Loss

Loss amount for each occurrence during the year. This figure must exceed 10% of your adjusted gross income in order to be deductible. Please attach a
statement as follows: give actual date of theft or destruction/loss and include description of the items, original cost, date of acquisition, FMV at the time
of the theft or destruction/loss, FMV after (in case of damage), and total amount of reimbursements which you received from your insurance carrier.


Total casualty/loss amounts:

F. Job hunting expenses for the past
year:
G. Business Travel Related Expenses

If you had business travel expenses that were not reimbursed by your employer, attach a statement giving the expenses and the total unreimbursed
cost for each category. (e.g. travel, lodging, cab fares, foreign exchange currency fees, meals etc.) (Remember: You must have receipts or other
documentation to support these expenses.)

H. Safe deposit box rental fee
Amount paid in the past year:



VII. Additional Notes
A. Did you pay any quarterly Estimated Taxes for the 2006 tax year? If so, please complete:
Federal:
                               Date paid                                                                           Amount
                               Date paid                                                                           Amount
                               Date paid                                                                           Amount
                               Date paid                                                                           Amount
State:
                               Date paid                                                                           Amount
                               Date paid                                                                           Amount
                               Date paid                                                                           Amount
                               Date paid                                                                           Amount
B. Did you receive an IRS notice of change of a prior year return? (yes or no) If
yes, please submit.

C. How much did you pay in tax preparation fees in the past year?


D. Is there any other information I should be aware of in preparing your
return? Attach an explanation if necessary.

E. How did you find out about Overseas Tax Services? (Pick one)

Word of mouth (who?), Email announcement, Brochure, Poster, Search Engine,
TIE newspaper, TIE website, Escape Artist, International Schools Review,
USAbroad.org, Other website (specify), Google Advertisement, Other (specify)



VIII. Filing Details

A. Refund: If you expect to receive a refund this year, how would you like to       Paper check (mailed to you within 6-8
receive it? ("X" one)                                                               weeks)

                                                                                    Apply to 2007 estimated tax payments.
                                                                                        Direct deposit (deposited to your
                                                                                        account within 2 weeks) If you select
                                                                                        direct deposit, please submit a voided
                                                                                        check or provide the following info.
                                                                                        (Must be a US bank.) You may split the
                                                                                        refund among up to three accounts if
                                                                                        you wish.
                                                                       First Account:                            Account Number
                                                                                                                 Routing Number

                                                                                           Is this a checking or a savings acct?


                                                                                         Percentage of refund to go to this acct.


                                                                     Second Account:                             Account Number
                                                                                                                 Routing Number

                                                                                           Is this a checking or a savings acct?




                                                                       Third Account:                            Account Number
                                                                                                                 Routing Number

                                                                                           Is this a checking or a savings acct?


                                                                                         Percentage of refund to go to this acct.

B. Electronic Filing: If you had income from a foreign employer which was not reported on a standard W-2 form, we
will unfortunately not be able to file your return electronically. But if your return is eligible for electronic filing (e-file),
do you wish to file this way?


                                                                         ***REMINDER***

Please don't forget to include ALL financial documents you used to support the information you have given. However, do NOT include receipts for travel,
moving, job hunt expenses, charitable donations, etc.; just keep them on file.



Checklist
                                            Your most recent federal and state (if applicable) tax return(s)
                                            W-2s
                                            Other Income Statements
                                            1099's of all types
                                            Other year-end bank, brokerage, and investment statements, incl. K-1's
                                            Stock transaction details if not included in the above
                                            Form 1098 and related home sale/purchase documentation
                                            Foreign income tax returns
                                            Voided check if you would like to receive any refund by direct deposit
                                            Additional details as needed for items in the above pages
                                            Any other documentation you think I should see



                                                        ***ADDITIONAL QUESTIONNAIRES***

Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts
If you had one or more foreign bank or financial accounts with a combined balance of more than $10,000 during the year, please provide the following
information for each account.


1. Whose name(s) are on the account?


2. Is this a bank account, securities
account, something else?
3. What was the maximum dollar
value in the account during 2006
(roughly)?


4. Account number



5. Name of financial institution



6. Country in which account is held




                                                           ***ADDITIONAL NOTES***
   If you need to add additional comments about anything in the questionnaire, please do so here, or attach a separate letter if you wish.
Self-Employment Questionnaire

1. Whose business is this? (taxpayer or
spouse)

2. Is this a US or an overseas business?


3. Type of business? (what do you do?)


4. Business name (if any) and business
address?

5. Self-employment gross income:

6. Self-employment expenses: Attach a list
and describe type of substantiation, e.g.
receipts, check, estimate, etc. Do not attach
receipts.
7. Do you use a portion of your home
exclusively for business? (yes or no) (If yes,
fill out the Home Office Questionnaire below.)




Home Office Questionnaire


A. Part of your home used for business
If you do not have exact figures, you can estimate. e.g. If your office is roughly 10% of your house, you can put “1”
Area used regularly and exclusively for
business:

Total area of home:


B. Expenses
Please read these instructions carefully.
If you did not operate a business for the entire year, you can only deduct the expenses paid or incurred for the por


Direct expenses benefit only the business part of your home. They include painting or repairs made to the specific
direct expenses on the appropriate line in the Direct Expense column.
Indirect expenses are for keeping up and running your entire home. They benefit both the business and personal p
expenses on the appropriate line in the Indirect Expense column.


Exception. If the business percentage of an indirect expense is different from the percentage calculated from Part A
appropriate line in the Direct Expense column, and leave that line in the Indirect Expense column blank. For exam
laundry, and television. If you reasonably estimate $300 of your electric bill is for lighting and you use 10% of you
column next to Utilities. Then do not make an entry for Indirect Expenses for any part of your electric bill.


                     Item                                  Direct Expense
Casualty losses
Insurance
Repairs and maintenance
Utilities
Mortgage interest (if not provided previously)
Real estate taxes (if not provided previously)
Other expenses (explain)



C. Depreciation of your home


Provide the smaller of your home’s adjusted
basis* or its fair market value on the date
you first used the home for business.
Value of land included in that amount:
Date home was first used for business:
* Adjusted basis of your home means the cost of the home plus the value of any major
improvements you’ve made to the house. If you’ve done major work and need to figure
ly 10% of your house, you can put “1” for business area and “10” for total area.




e expenses paid or incurred for the portion of the year you used your home for business.


ainting or repairs made to the specific area or rooms used for business. Enter 100% of your
nefit both the business and personal parts of your home. Generally, enter 100% of your indirect




  the percentage calculated from Part A, enter only the business part of the expense on the
 irect Expense column blank. For example, your electric bill is $800 for lighting, cooking,
is for lighting and you use 10% of your home for business, enter $30 in the Direct Expense
r any part of your electric bill.


                        Indirect Expense
Rental Property Questionnaire
If you owned property which you rented out, please complete this section. This information is needed in order to ca
depreciation on your property for the year. If any (or all) of these figures are not in US dollars, be sure to specify th
questions, or need help with any of it.
Note to returning clients: If OTS prepared your 2005 return and you were already renting out this property then
section below. Otherwise, please start with the “Rental Start-Up Information.”


Rental Start-Up Information
1. What kind of property is it? (house,
apartment, etc.)
2. What is the address of the
property?
3. How much did you pay for the
property?
4. What date did you purchase it?


5. How much did you pay for the
building itself, NOT including the cost
of land? (This may be stated on your
purchase agreement, or may be
available from your realtor.
Alternatively, check your tax
assessment to see how much the
assessor allocates to building vs. land
and give me both figures.) PLEASE DO
NOT LEAVE THIS BLANK.



6. If the property was previously used
by you for personal use, what was the
fair market value of the property at the
time you made it available for rent?.


7. Do you own the property entirely, or
is it jointly owned with other people? If
jointly owned, what percentage do you
own?

8. Repairs and Improvements You Paid for BEFORE 2006

              Work Done                               Date Complete
2006 Information
9. Did you or your family live in the
house at all during 2006? If so, what
dates?
10. What dates was the property
rented out in 2006?

11. What date was the property first
rented (if prior to 2006)? Has it been
rented or available for rent (not used
by you) continuously since then?



12. Are you actively involved in
dealing with this rental? (i.e. Did you
decide who would rent it, do you make
the decisions about repairs and
improvements, do you collect the rent,
etc. Or does a property manager
handle everything and just send you
the rent money and bills?)



13. If they weren't reported on a 1099
form, how much did you RECEIVE IN
2006 as rent payments?


14. Did you receive a security deposit
in 2006? If so, will it be applied to the
final month's rent or will it be
returned to the tenant if not needed to
pay for damage at the end of the
lease?




Repairs and Improvements Paid for in 2006
              Work Done                     Date Complete
Other Expenses Paid in 2006
              Category        Cost
Mortgage interest
Real Estate taxes
Insurance
Advertising
Maintenance
Property manager
Utilities
 ction. This information is needed in order to calculate your net rental income and the
ures are not in US dollars, be sure to specify the currency. Let me know if you have


ou were already renting out this property then, please go to the “2006 Information”
ormation.”




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