Liability to UK taxation depends on an individual’s residence, ordinary residence and domicile.
HM Revenue and Customs have extensive powers to charge interest and penalties for the avoidance or incorrect declaration of income for tax purposes, and understanding the differences between where you are resident and domiciled can be a major factor in making key declarations which will affect your liability to UK tax.
For those who have a base or with extensive interests outside of the UK, or are coming to the UK, the implications for tax can be significantly affected by your tax status.
Case law & legislation have changed this complex area and there is still a lack of clarity unless there is a clear and clean break when becoming non-resident.
We offer advice based on our understanding of the issues involved, all of which are designed to ensure that you pay only the minimum amount of tax required whatever your circumstances.
Contact us today to arrange an appointment with one of our specialist tax advisers.
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