You may be eligible for beneficial tax treatment, depending on your birthplace. By the same token, if you’re moving abroad, you could be treated as a non-resident for taxation purposes. This is a complex area and it’s best to contact us to discuss your eligibility.
Your residential status determines your continued tax liability in the UK. In the past, this was based on a combination of HMRC guidance and case law, but on 6th April 2013, annual statutory tests were introduced to make it easier to establish UK residence status.
Our specialist advice will help in a variety of situations, such as if you wish to establish non-resident status if you’re moving abroad, but still have a house in the UK, for example. We can work out how many days you can stay or work in the UK per tax year.
We can work out how much tax you’re liable for on your income and also advise you on capital gains tax, whether you’re a UK resident or a non-resident.
To find the most beneficial solution that fits your personal circumstances, contact DL Accounts for some professional advice on any residency issues.