Tax refund USA

J-1 students Get your tax back


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Are you now or were you in the past a J-1 student? Did you work in the USA and earn money?

Can you get money back from the U.S. Government for taxes you paid as a J-1 student?

Let's find out! Get started with a FREE refund estimate by clicking one of the icons below to Apply Now or request a Call Back.


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While working in a foreign country as a J1 student, you pay taxes on your earnings just like you would in your home country.

Many international students who are in the United States under the J1 Work and Travel or J1 training program actually pay too much tax, because they are listed under the incorrect tax code or they are not even aware of credits and expenses they are entitled to.

Anyone working in the US is legally obliged to file a tax return and what’s more important, the tax return should be compliant with the US tax laws. As tax procedures are quite complicated for people who’ve never dealt with them, you should look for an authorized tax agent as Taxback.

Taxback is a global company helping thousands of people file their US tax returns each year. In addition, their team of tax specialists can claim a refund on any tax you overpaid while working there!

The average tax refund Taxback customers get is $800, but depending on your individual circumstances you could get even more.

To apply for your refund, register here and the team will provide you with a free, no-obligation tax refund estimate and start the process for you. You’re guaranteed a safe and secure application process with instant updates.

The Taxback team is available 24/7 to answer any questions you might have. This makes the whole process stress-free and easy! You won’t have to unravel complicated tax laws or communicate with tax authorities.



Quick Tax Facts

- You must file your US tax return by April 15th of the following year. If you are later than that date, you can file for a tax extension.

- You can apply for federal, state and local tax, plus a FICA.

- If you’ve lost your documents, Taxback can get replacements.

- The average US tax refund is $800.

Get started with a FREE refund estimate by clicking one of the icons below to Apply Now or request a Call Back.


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