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Where in the form do I declare the US income received whilst resident in UK?
If you did receive income from the US while you were no longer resident in the US, you will also complete a 1040NR (across the top of the 1040NR write DUAL STATUS) and only enter US sourced income on the 1040NR for the remaining tax year while you were in the UK.
Send them both together.
You are splitting the tax year when doing the above so you are reporting your nonresident income and your resident income.
Where do I put the tax paid on the 1040 form and is there anything else I can offset
Apologies for delay but your site went down. What is the standard deduction??
If you have sensibly gone to sleep no problem for a reply tomorrow.
At least you could have an early night- so confirms there is always a silver lining.
Some hopefully final queries:
1) As I moved to UK part way through 2013 do I need to adjust the standard amount accordingly?
2) Where on 1040 do I claim this amount. Slightly worried if I put this in I will end up paying tax twice on my UK income. As I am resident in UK and (hopefully) not paying tax twice is there anything else I need to do to ensure that I will not be paying twice ( Sorry as you can guess I really really hate tax returns- give me Quantum Physics any time at least that
makes sense at least to me)