Issues related to expatriation: process, law, details
Issues related to tax
There’s nothing in the US law that prevents you from keeping your US-based accounts after renunciation or opening new ones. Or, to continue to own US real property.
However, you would need to inform any existing bank or broker (and tell any new brokers before you begin an account) of your new status as a non-resident non-citizen so they can take out the proper taxes.
One point to consider is that many US financial institutions do not accept non-resident clients or only offer limited services for them. You’ll have to check with your individual banks and brokers to see.
Holding US real estate will trigger potentially high US inheritance (estate) taxes.
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