1 U.S. Income Tax Workshop for Foreign Students & Scholars Rice University Office of International Students & Scholars February 22, 2017 Presented by Crystal C. Gates, Tax Principal Kelley C. Heng, Tax Supervisor
2 Workshop Objectives To review U.S. tax filing requirements for international students and scholars Determination of residency status Filing required Form 8843 Statement for Exempt Individuals Tax treatment of scholarships, fellowships, stipends, and other income Filing Form 1040NR U.S. Nonresident Alien Income Tax Return Effect of tax treaties
3 Target Audience Students with F-1 or J-1 visas who have been in the U.S. for five years or less Scholars with J-1 visas who have been in the U.S. for two years or less
4 Internal Revenue Service Agency of the United States Department of Treasury Enforcement of Internal Revenue Code Nation s tax collection agency Process income tax and other information returns
6 U.S. Tax Overview United States taxes individuals based on their residency status U.S. Citizens and Resident Aliens Taxed on worldwide income Nonresident Aliens Taxed only on U.S. source income Individuals report income earned on calendar year basis (January through December)
7 Determination of Residency Status Resident Aliens Substantial Presence Test Green Card Test First-Year Choice Election Nonresident Aliens ( NRA ) Individuals who fail to meet the above residency standards
8 Substantial Presence Test Days physically present in the U.S. 31 days during the year (2016); and At least 183 days during the last three years (2016, 2015, and 2014) Counting number of days for 2016: all days in /3 of your days in /6 of your days in 2014 Example: Jane spent 100 days in the US in 2016, 180 days in the US in 2015, and 180 days in the US in Jane s number of days in the US for the substantial presence test is 100 days for days for 2015 (180 days x 1/3) + 30 days for 2014 (180 days x 1/6) for a total of 190 days. Does Jane meet the substantial presence test for 2016?
9 Substantial Presence Test Exception for students, scholars, teachers, and trainees considered exempt individuals Days are not counted toward the 183 days when present in the U.S. while under an F, J, M, or Q visa Exception discussed in detail later
10 Green Card Test Lawful Permanent Resident U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) issues an alien registration card Resident status continues until you voluntarily abandon this status or if a federal court terminates your status
11 First-Year Choice Election Must be present for at least 31 consecutive days in 2016 and be present for at least 75% of the number of days beginning with the first day you re in the U.S. and ending with December 31st Election can be made by attaching a statement to your tax return Once you make this election, it cannot be revoked
12 Form 8843: Statement for Exempt Individuals and Individuals with a Medical Condition Explains basis for claim of excluding days of presence in the U.S. for purposes of the substantial presence test Must be filed annually with the IRS Filed with income tax return (Form 1040NR or 1040NR-EZ) If not filing a return, Form 8843 must be filed separately Failure to file could result in being considered a U.S. resident under the substantial presence test
13 Exempt Individuals Students and scholars Individual who is temporarily present in the U.S. under an F, J, M, or Q visa Must also substantially comply with the requirements of the visa Generally, cannot claim the exception if you were previously exempt as a student, teacher, or trainee for more than five years
14 Exempt Individuals Teachers, trainees, and researchers Individual who is temporarily present in the U.S. under a J or Q visa (other than as a student) Must also substantially comply with the requirements of the visa Generally, cannot exclude days if you were exempt as a teacher, trainee, or student for any part of two of the six prior years
15 Exempt Individuals and Form 8843 Students and scholars Part I General Information Part III Student Information If you have a Q visa, complete Part I and ONLY lines of Part III Teachers, trainees, and researchers Part I General Information Part II Teacher/Trainee/Researcher Information If you have a Q visa, complete Part I and ONLY lines 6-8 of Part II
16 Spouse & Dependent Form 8843 Filing Requirements Spouses and dependents with F-2 visas must file their own Form Spouses and dependents with J-2 visas must file their own Form 8843 and either Form 1040NR or Form 1040NR-EZ.
17 Form 8843, Part I: General Information
18 Form 8843, Part II: Teachers and Trainees
19 Form 8843, Part III: Students
20 Form 8843, Signature Line You must sign and date Form 8843 if submitting this form alone (i.e. without your tax return). Without your signature, the form is considered incomplete.
21 U.S. Income: Scholarships and Fellowships Generally, no work is required Nontaxable ( tuition waiver ) The student is pursuing a degree AND Used for tuition, fees, books, supplies and equipment required for courses No longer required to be reported on Form 1042-S (issued by University)
22 U.S. Income: Scholarships and Fellowships Generally, no work is required Taxable ( room and board waiver ) Used for room & board In exchange for teaching or research Can be exempted by tax treaty Reported on Form 1042-S (issued by University)
23 Form 1042-S: Foreign Person s U.S. Source Income Subject to Withholding
24 U.S. Income: Stipend Generally, recipient performs work Taxable ( Teaching or Research Assistant Stipend) May be eligible for treaty benefits Reported on Form W-2
25 U.S. Income: Other Compensation Work outside the University Taxable wages performance of services as an employee Reported on Form W-2 Subject to U.S. tax withholding May have exemption from withholding under a tax treaty (discussed in detail later)
26 Form W-2: Wage and Tax Statement
27 Form 1099-MISC: Miscellaneous Income
28 Form 1098-T: Tuition Statement
29 Form 1095-B: Health Coverage -Informational form issued by insurance provider that shows the IRS a person has health insurance -Health insurance is not a requirement for nonresident taxpayers
30 Form 1095-C: Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer & Coverage -Informational form issued by employer that shows the IRS a person has health insurance -Health insurance is not a requirement for nonresident taxpayers
31 Filing Requirement Individual Tax Returns Only required if you have U.S. Source Income that was more than $4,050 in 2016 and/or You would like to claim a refund of over-withheld taxes Now able to submit 1040NR electronically ( e-file ) Form 1040NR paper file or e-file Due date for filing is April 18, 2017 Form 1040NR-EZ paper file Due date for filing is April 18, 2017
32 Individual Tax Returns If you are paper filing, attach Form W-2 and/or Form 1042-S to your tax return. You must sign and date your tax return. Without your signature, your return is considered incomplete. Below is the signature line on Form 1040NR.
33 Form 1040NR-EZ: U.S. Income Tax Return for Certain Nonresident Aliens With No Dependents Who can file Form 1040NR-EZ? Do not claim any dependents Taxable income is less than $100,000 Do not claim any itemized deductions Except state and local income taxes Receive only wages, tips and scholarship or fellowship grants Other reasons (see Publication 519 or Form 1040NR-EZ instructions)
34 Form 1040NR: U.S. Nonresident Alien Income Tax Return Who should file Form 1040NR? Nonresident aliens who do not qualify to file Form 1040NR-EZ Spousal/dependency exemptions Generally cannot be claimed by nonresident aliens
35 Form 1040NR: U.S. Nonresident Alien Income Tax Return Exceptions Available spousal exemptions Married individuals from Canada, Mexico or South Korea Married individuals who are students and are from India Exceptions Available dependency exemptions Individuals from Canada, Mexico or South Korea can claim children who live with them as dependents Individuals from Canada and Mexico can also claim children who do not live with them as dependents Students from India may be able to claim exemptions for children born in the U.S.
36 Form 1040NR: U.S. Nonresident Alien Income Tax Return What if you are married and you don t qualify for any spousal exemptions? Check the applicable box below on the tax return you qualify to file. Form 1040NR-EZ or Form 1040NR
37 Updates to Form 1040NR You can now file Form 1040NR electronically (e-file) beginning with 2016 (unable to e-file 2015 and earlier). There is a new option for taxpayers whose only option is to pay their taxes in cash. Visit for more information.
38 Form 1040NR-EZ
39 Form 1040NR (page 1)
40 Form 1040NR (page 2)
41 Form 1040 NR (Itemized Deductions)
42 Form 1040 NR (Schedule NEC)
43 Form 1040NR (Schedule OI)
44 Tax Treaties Under tax treaties, residents of foreign countries are taxed at a reduced rate or are exempt from U.S. income taxes on certain types of U.S. sourced income. There are over 60 tax treaties in place. See IRS Publication 901: U.S. Tax Treaties Relevant forms Form 8233: Exemption From Withholding on Compensation for Independent (and Certain Dependent) Personal Services of a Nonresident Alien Individual Form W-8BEN: Certificate of Foreign Status of Beneficial Owner for United States Tax Withholding and Reporting
45 Form 8233 (page 1)
46 Form 8233 (page 2)
47 Form W-8BEN
48 U.S.-People s Republic of China ARTICLE 20 Students and Trainees Income Tax Treaty A student, business apprentice or trainee who is, or was immediately before visiting a Contracting State ( U.S. ), a resident of the other Contracting State ( China ) and who is present in the first-mentioned Contracting State ( U.S. ) solely for the purpose of his education, training or obtaining special technical experience shall be exempt from tax in that Contracting State ( U.S. ) with respect to: a) payments received from abroad for the purposes of his maintenance, education, study, research or training; b) grants or awards from a government, scientific, educational or other tax-exempt organization; and c) income from personal services performed in that Contracting State (U.S) in an amount not in excess of 5,000 United States dollars or its equivalent in Chinese Yuan for any taxable year. The benefits provided under this Article shall extend only for such period of time as is reasonably necessary to complete the education or training. Note: This is only an excerpt of the U.S.-China tax treaty.
49 Social Security & Medicare Taxes Generally, services performed by a nonresident alien temporarily in the U.S. as a nonimmigrant in F, J, M, or Q immigration status are not covered under the social security program if the services are performed to carry out the purpose for which you were admitted to the U.S. This means that there will be no withholding of Social Security or Medicare taxes from the pay you receive for these services Exemption from FICA (Social Security and Medicare taxes) If resident for tax purposes, usually subject to FICA taxes
50 Social Security & Medicare Taxes Form 843 Form 843: Claim for Refund and Request for Abatement When withheld in error: Ask the employer to refund If not refunded, use IRS Form 843 to request a refund Required attachments: Copy of W-2 and a letter from employer stating refund will not be issued
51 Form 843 SEE UPDATED FORM!
52 Example of 1040NR-EZ John Chang, a Chinese student, has the following items to report on his 1040NR-EZ: Works on campus at a restaurant and receives Form W-2 for $10,000 compensation earned Receives Form W-2 for a stipend in the amount of $5,000 as a research assistant Receives Form 1042-S for a teaching scholarship in the amount of $3,000
53 Form W-2: Compensation
54 Form W-2: Stipend
55 Form 1042-S: Taxable Scholarship
58 Tax Tables are included in the instructions for Form 1040NR & Form 1040NR-EZ Tax Table
59 Key Points Form 8843 must be filed regardless if an individual income tax return is filed. If you are required to file Form 1040NR/NR-EZ, attach Form 8843 to return and file by April 18, If filing Form 8843 on its own, the due date is April 18, Mailing/filing address for Form 8843: Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service Center Austin, TX Make sure to sign and date Form 8843 and/or Form 1040NR, or else the form is considered incomplete. Attach Form W-2 and/or Form 1042-S to your tax return.
60 Key Points Form 1040NR/1040NR-EZ is due April 18, Mailing/filing address for returns with no tax due or overpayment: Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service Austin, TX Mailing/filing address for returns with tax due: Internal Revenue Service P.O. Box 1303 Charlotte, NC Retain a copy of your tax return Now able to submit 1040NR electronically ( e-file )
61 Reference Guide: Common Forms Form 8843: Statement for Exempt Individuals and Individuals With a Medical Condition Form 1042-S: Foreign Person s U.S. Source Income Subject to Withholding Form W-2: Wage and Tax Statement Form 1098-T: Tuition Statement Form 1040NR-EZ: U.S. Income Tax Return for Certain Nonresident Aliens With No Dependents Form 1040NR: U.S. Nonresident Alien Income Tax Return Form 8233: Exemption From Withholding on Compensation for Independent (and Certain Dependent) Personal Services of a Nonresident Alien Individual Form W-8BEN: Certificate of Foreign Status of Beneficial Owner for United States Tax Withholding and Reporting Form 843: Claim for Refund and Request for Abatement
62 Reference Guide: Definitions and Terminology Nonresident Alien: Generally, any person who is not a U.S. citizen or resident alien Student: Person temporarily in the U.S. on an F, J, M, or Q visa Teacher/trainee: Person who is not a student & who is temporarily in the U.S. on a J or Q visa Compensation/Earnings: Wages, salaries, tips Income: Wages, salaries, tips, interest, dividends, some scholarship/fellowship grants IRS: Internal Revenue Service Income Tax Return: Statement filed (submitted) by individual taxpayer to the IRS reporting taxable income
63 Reference Guide: Definitions and Terminology Withholding: U.S. income tax automatically taken from your paycheck U.S. Source Income: All income, gain or loss from U.S. sources Standard Deduction: Standard amount that individuals may subtract from income before calculating taxes owed Itemized Deductions: Allowable amounts that individuals may subtract from income before calculating taxes owed Examples: charitable contributions, state & local taxes withheld, etc. Note: No one can have both a standard deduction and itemized deductions. Itemized deductions are only taken if the total exceeds the standard deduction. Personal Exemption: Amount deducted from income for yourself and/or spouse/dependent (generally nonresidents cannot claim spouse/dependent) For 2016, exemption amount is $4,050.
64 Reference Guide Helpful sites and contact information Internal Revenue Service ( Forms and Instructions available IRS Toll Free Number 1-(800) IRS International Taxpayer Service Call Center (267) Useful resources Publication 519 U.S. Tax Guide for Aliens Publication 901 U.S. Tax Treaties
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66 Briggs & Veselka Co. Crystal C. Gates, CPA Crystal works closely with multinational companies and their owners in providing both domestic and international tax planning, consulting and compliances services. Her broad experience enables her to provide comprehensive value-added services with an emphasis on efficient tax structure, risk management and facilitating successful growth for a client s business at home and abroad. Crystal has worked with firms throughout the world through her global network of professional services firms. She focuses on building a team of quality in-country advisors and specialists to collaborate in providing the best strategies for her clients in navigating the global marketplace. In her 15 year career, she has focused her practice on middle market entrepreneurial companies working side by side with business owners in growing their businesses both domestically and abroad. Crystal s experiences include: Developing and managing a substantial international tax practice for a top 10 local accounting practice in Denver, Colorado, serving domestic and multinational middle-market and large companies. Collaborating with in-country tax advisors in all the major global regions (North and South America, Asia, Europe, Australia and Africa) to enable global U.S. business owners to effectively manage domestic and international tax positions. Advising clients on the growth of their businesses through sophisticated tax planning including operations, mergers and acquisitions, and business succession. Working efficiently with various types of business structures from start-up companies to large multinational enterprises, consolidated groups, U.S. flow through entities and high net-worth individuals. Crystal received a B.A. in Accounting from University of Colorado and a Masters of Taxation from the University of Denver. She is member of the AICPA and Colorado Society of CPAs. Crystal has authored and presented at various tax seminars providing continuing professional education on topics ranging from federal tax updates, IRS controversy and civil procedure and international taxation.
67 Briggs & Veselka Co. Kelley C. Heng, CPA Kelley started her public accounting career with Briggs & Veselka in 2009, and she works with high net worth clients in the tax department. She has experience with federal and state tax returns for individuals, trusts, partnerships, S corporations, and private foundations. She was born and raised in Houston. Her prior work experience consists of working in retail and working in the accounting and finance department of a financial services firm. Kelley received a B.B.A. in Accounting from the University of Houston in December Kelley is a Texas licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA). She is a member of the American Institute of CPAs and the Texas Society of CPAs. Kelley is a member of the CPAs Helping Schools committee and the Accounting Career Education committee with the Houston CPA Society.
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