Surely it will depend on the double taxation agreements in place , and the rules the country the non-resident is resident in and not the UK (unless less expressly taxable in UK under DTA)
The ability to cross check figures in company accounts wont be that simple, with different company year ends.
Does the client work in the UK?
Does your client actually work in the UK ? If not I think that's your issue. The route CA3837 is normally used when the employee is sent temporarily overseas to perform their duties, which doesn't appear to be the case here.
The British government is no longer issuing S1's for early retirees .
From the description of your clients business was/is he carrying out all his duties in Spain/Germany ? Then he should pay his National Insurance equivalent there and he would be covered for healthcare
It might have been there VAT number
I had a client (not in UK) who had a VAT number in that country but it was suspended by the tax authorities and so was shown as invalid on VIES and suppliers had to charge him VAT.
They stock your products and ship direct for you eg in France and Germany
I would assume the opposite that the sales are not B2B as they are selling via Amazon and hence not covered by the reverse charges!
Never had a problem
I file from France (that's where I live) on a weekly basis for clients, never had a problem
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Yes but there is a DTA with France which is the basis of your claim and there is exchange of information agreement with France as well.
I dont agree
So you would aid your client in defrauding another country? Surely your basis for the reclaim is the tax is payable in France and not the UK and when you know the tax is not being paid in France then that's an offence. In fact HMRC and the French authorities will collect tax debts on behalf of each other.
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