Let’s face it: No one likes thinking about taxes. The complex regulations and confusing forms make it easy to get tripped up. One common mistake people make is thinking they don’t have to pay U.S. income taxes if they’re not a U.S. citizen or green card holder. But depending on the number of days you spend in the U.S., you could be considered a U.S. person for tax purposes—which means you have both filing and payment obligations. How do you know if you’re considered a U.S. person? Loeb & Loeb can help. Check out the next episode of our In The Know series, “Are You a U.S. Person?” narrated by associate David Khanjyan, to learn more about the IRS’ substantial presence or day count test, and how our International Trusts & Estates practice can help with international tax and trusts and estates planning.