183-day rule

Definition

An IRS rule that helps in the determination of whether or not a dual taxpayer will need to pay U.S. taxes in a given year. In this case, if the individual has been in the U.S. for more than 183 days, then they are liable to pay taxes.
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130-30 strategy 1913 Federal Reserve Act