Will I Pay Taxes While Teaching English Abroad? [For Americans]

By: Doug Waxman with assistance from CPA & Expatriate Tax Consultant Gregory Lucyshyn

So…You are planning on getting TEFL Certified and teaching English abroad?  It sounds like the experience of a lifetime and you are ready to go.  But, you want to be smart and make sure you are fully prepared regarding all financial matters you will need to consider both at home and abroad, including taxes.

My name is Doug Waxman, Business Development Director & Admissions Advisor at ITA and I have teamed up with Gregory Lucyshyn with Expatriate Tax Consulting (MY ACCOUNTANT & also ITA’s preferred expat accountant) to help you out with the question, will I have to pay taxes while teaching English abroad?


I Have Student Loans - How Can I Teach English Abroad?

Are Student Loans preventing you from pursuing teaching English abroad? Learn how you can overcome this obstacle and see the world as a paid English teacher.

Yes — With total outstanding student debt surpassing the $1 trillion mark, the majority of college graduates today finance their education through borrowing and debt in the form of student loans. You may think, how can I get TEFL certified and teach English abroad when I have to pay my student loans?