For 2001, U.S. taxpayers living abroad reported $27 billion in foreign-earned income. The foreign-earned income exclusion was $14 billion, while the exclusion for employer-provided housing expenses was nearly $2 billion. There were also over $6 billion of foreign tax credits.
The number of nonresident alien decedents whose estates filed a regular Form 706NA was 139 in 2001 and 137 in 2002. The total gross estate in the U.S. of those that filed increased from $50.8 million in 2001 to $53.3 million in 2002.
For Tax Year 2001, the 60,618 domestic corporations each "controlled" by a foreign "person" generated $2.5 trillion of total receipts and reported $6.5 trillion of total assets on income tax returns filed with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).