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Right. Thank you. This form is different from the double taxation one right? Sorry for all the questions. How do I adult haha oh no
Yeah completely different.
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I better get on this. Is it easy to find on the website…lol. Damn. I didn’t even know….though maybe I won’t have to file? I mean I was a student last year with no taxable income. I better not risk it. Though I will ask my all knowing tax adult HA
I don’t think you really have to worry much then. But just in case its IRS Form 4868. http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f4868.pdf
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oh shit I think I have to do that? D:
Yeah the deadline for the extension is April 15th. I have to file this since I came in August. We have to be in Korea for 330 days before we can get that special foreign income tax thing. (<— Real specific I know haha)
do you know why the lanterns are up? There are a bunch around my school too but I have no clue why
My CT said its in honor of Buddha’s birthday.
No problem! Good luck with your interview! : )
Oh no the whole point of getting the TEFL notarized is so that you don’t have to send in the original and you don’t need to get your TEFL apostilled. : ) No worries!
Personally my backup plan was to either apply to the Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education directly or apply for the GEPIK program. Or of course there is always the reputable Hagwon route. No worries! Good luck! : )
It is very competitive to get into Seoul I won’t lie to you. However, as long as you have a TEFL, maybe some volunteer teaching hours/in-class experience, get your paperwork in early, and interview well. I see no reason for you not to have a very good chance at getting in Seoul. They did downsize a while back moving native teachers out of middle schools, but some of my friends still work there. We are mainly elementary now. Good luck! : )