|Dec 7, 2010 23:34||#12|
||Please note that the tax year or calendar year and the 330 out of 365 days do not have to coincide. If you are out of the US from 1 Apr 2009 to 1 Apt 2010, you still qualify for the exclusion, it's just prorated for each year 9/12 of $90,000 (aprox.) for 2009 and 3/12 of $90,000 for 2010.|
|Mar 11, 2011 19:53||#14|
The rule is the more you earn, the more you pay the tax. According to the rule, you need to pay rmb550 if the income is 6,500 and rmb845 for 8,100.
|Mar 20, 2013 19:32||#17|
||I also have a question, if anyone knows.
I work for a US company, am paid in USA, and have residence in USA.
I will go to China, on my own money, and work remotely for the same job for 2 years.
USA will know I am out of the country, will see my w2 earnings etc.
China will not know I have any income while I am there, and the money is technically not being earned in China.
Do I owe China tax proceeds ?
Can I claim the $90,000 US foreign deduction after 1 calendar year ?
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