Member Since: 21st May 2003
18th Mar 2021
NOT A REPLY - JUST A BIG THANKYOU TO ALL OF YOU WHO RESPONDED. STILL THINKING ABOUT WHICH WAY TO GO BUT FEELING MUCH HAPPIER THEN A FEW DAYS AGO.
17th Mar 2021
Thanks for that comment. Do you need to download the software for each PAYE reference or can you have a list of employers ? Much obliged for your help.
16th Mar 2021
Many thanks for that. If I may, one question please, which was not clear to me from the HMRC guidance : Did you need to set up separate log-ins for each client or did you do all as effectively one ?
20th Apr 2020
Thank you all - I am now aware that on Thursday last HMRC updated its guidance on non-residence under ref RDRM11005 so as to include this situation as exceptional.
9th Dec 2019
In case I hit the wrong button - thanks for your swift response.
22nd Jan 2019
From the questioner - appears to be covered by HMRC RDR3 page 38 - don't want to waste anyone's time.
16th Jan 2019
I think I have misled you all in how I described my question - sorry. The non-resident tax return was filed in the country where the client is now based and I am told is in order there (many working days between USA and Canada and other places resulting in being resident in neither). The split year treatment I referred to is in the UK for the year (17/18) of leaving to take up the overseas position. The client has always been tax resident in the UK up to that point.
15th Jan 2019
Para 1.7 of statutory residence test is the third automatic overseas test - it refers to full time work over the tax year. But para 1.10 refers to the year or other relevant period in the case of split year Cases 1 or 6
16th Jan 2018
Is the tax treatment the same as the accounting treatment - ie the costs are a deduction for CGT ?
21st Feb 2016
Tax on Pre-Registration Input Tax ?
I think you have summed up the question better then I
1 ) See it as a partial refund on his expenditure. (ie taxable)
2 ) It's not "income" for me. (me too, I think !!)
Which is it ?????