IRS increases in the foreign-earned income exclusion and estate exclusion for 2015


The foreign-earned income exclusion for US persons will rise by $1,600 to $100,800 in the 2015 tax year.

The estate exclusion will go up by $90,000 to $5,430,000.

The annual gifts exclusion remains at $14,000, but the exclusion for gifts to a foreign spouse will increase by $2,000 to $147,000.


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