请问国外房产是否需要在美国报税

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Missudad
楼主 (北美华人网)
看到隔壁帖子提到国内存款利息和IRS。
刚搬到美国的小白请教:

我和先生都非美国人,持工作签证在美国,无绿卡。国内有房产,目前无政府记录在案的出租记录。

在银行开户时声明过国内有房。请问房产算收入吗?需要全球报税吗?
lululala529
当然不需要!
sunkiss
理论上有租金收入就要报。光持有房产不用申报。卖掉之后的capital gain 要报。
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Missudad
谢谢回复!
cocojj
租金收入,银行利息,海外购买股票,都是美国税收需要知道的
cocojj
租金收入,银行利息,海外购买股票,都是美国税收需要知道的
cocojj 发表于 11/9/2017 2:32:54 PM
无绿卡你不用报啊,我记得只有绿卡公民才要报的啊?
sunkiss
Tax resident 不一定需要绿卡。持工作签证在这里工作的都是tax resident, 在报税上和绿卡公民没区别。


无绿卡你不用报啊,我记得只有绿卡公民才要报的啊?

cocojj 发表于 11/9/2017 2:34:00 PM
lululala529
Tax resident 不一定需要绿卡。持工作签证在这里工作的都是tax resident, 在报税上和绿卡公民没区别。

sunkiss 发表于 11/9/2017 2:52:01 PM
真心没听说过H1签证报海外资产税的
五月草莓
不需要,如果那房产不是来自美国resource。
Nonresident aliens are those who are legally present in the U.S. but do not have green cards, such as tourists. Nonresident aliens are only required to pay income tax on any income that is earned or otherwise realized from a U.S. source. They do not have to pay tax on any foreign-earned income
moonpacific
无绿卡你不用报啊,我记得只有绿卡公民才要报的啊?

cocojj 发表于 11/9/2017 2:34:08 PM
是的
sunkiss
没听过不代表不是真的


真心没听说过H1签证报海外资产税的

lululala529 发表于 11/9/2017 2:53:00 PM
sunkiss
先去看看IRS 对tax resident 和nonresident 的定义


不需要,如果那房产不是来自美国resource。
Nonresident aliens are those who are legally present in the U.S. but do not have green cards, such as tourists. Nonresident aliens are only required to pay income tax on any income that is earned or otherwise realized from a U.S. source. They do not have to pay tax on any foreign-earned income

五月草莓 发表于 11/9/2017 3:16:00 PM
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Missudad
读了resident Alien 的定义,我们应该属于Nonresident Alien.所以应该和你说的一致。境外收入(不来自于美国)不需要抱税。
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whatfor
以后父母老了国内的房产转过来也要交税?那可都是父母国内赚钱买的
五月草莓
如果你在美国居住少于183天就不用申报,没有租住记录不等于不算居住时间。反之则要claim income,同时可以deducte费用。
五月草莓
转:If your foreign source income is taxable in the United States will depend on if you are considered a resident or nonresident alien for United States Federal tax purposes.

Because most people on H-1B visas need to be present in the United States for the majority of the year to meet their job requirements, most will meet the presence requirements of the substantial presence test in the first or second year they are here.  Therefore, most individuals on H-1B's will be considered resident aliens in their first or second year in the United States

If you are considered a resident alien for United States tax purposes, you will be required to file a Federal income tax return (and a state return if required by your state).  You will be taxes on all income from all source (both foreign and domestic). This means you will have to include all capital gains from all sources on your tax return.

所以2017看你居住时间决定,2018要claim国内外income。