You’re living your adventure and you’re settled in your new home, having non-US bank accounts, a non-US employer and a non-US social life. You have limited ties with the US and since the people who pay you (banks, employer) are not in touch with the IRS, you consider simply not filing US tax return. What could go wrong?
As you might know, on some level… US citizens are required to report their worldwide income on a US tax return, regardless of where they live.
IRS has a few proven ways they use to track people down.
Below you will find the most common ways that IRS can track you down and check if you filed your US tax return, no matter where you live in the World.