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Good news for non-UK resident tax payers

Good news for non-UK resident tax payers

With so much information about it can be stressful or draining to keep reading information about this and that all day, every day. If you are a non-UK resident and need to pay tax in the UK on your UK earning then there is good news. A good, professional non-UK resident tax advisor, like The Taxman UK can save you time, money and stress with one, short consultation. A good accountant, lawyer or tax advisor can save you a ton of money. A not so good financial advisor can cost you and your loved ones a lot of money, time and stress. So finding a good non-UK resident tax advisor is worth the search time and effort.

Reliable tax advice

If you are wondering about your past, current or future tax liabilities then surfing the internet may not be the best way to find solutions. Misleading information and even fake news in the media can confuse and cause anxiety and leave you wondering about your tax status. Then there are tales from people you meet casually or friends or relatives who tell you different stories about their tax situation, or someone else they know or have heard about.

Don’t let this multitude of information or advice confuse or mislead you. A simple solution is to contact a good non-UK resident tax advisor and briefly explain your current situation. The good news is that one of our experienced, qualified non-UK resident tax advisors  at The Taxman UK can quickly help you and your loved ones to determine your current tax status, calculate your tax payments and fill in your non-UK resident tax return for you.

The Taxman UK will then file your non-UK resident tax return and keep you updated on any tax changes in the coming year.

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Changing non-UK resident tax services

Changing non-UK resident tax services

If you or your loved ones have been using a non-UK resident tax advisor for a number of years and are generally happy with their services but have a few grumbles, especially about their fees, then now is as good a time as any to look at a change. The Taxman UK offers a fast, professional non-UK resident tax advisory service starting at a very reasonable fee. If your circumstances last year, this year or next year are changing due to Covid, employment, inheritance or capital gains, then one of our non-UK resident tax advisors at The Taxman UK can help you and your loved ones to efficiently calculate your non-UK resident tax liabilities. We’ll also advise on the latest tax changes by The HMRC and their implications for non-UK residents to bring you and your loved ones as many tax benefits as possible.

Please don’t hesitate to contact one of our experienced non-UK resident tax advisors by sending us an enquiry at help@thetaxmanuk.com for an initial consultation. Good tax advice will save you time, money and stress, whether you are looking online or through your personal contacts.

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Retirement and Tax for UK Non-Residents

Retirement and Tax for UK Non-Residents

Many of us dream of retirement. Due to the Covid 19 epidemic retirement has been forced on many people earlier than they expected. If you have suddenly lost your job, and are struggling for what to do next, take a little time to consider your tax situation. Working for The Government all your life, by paying taxes wherever you are, is a fact of life. If you are a UK Non-Resident and you earn income in the UK then you must still pay tax on your UK income wherever you live in the world, even in retirement. With time on your hands, you can look into ways to minimize your UK Non-Resident tax bill with good tax advice from a professional tax advisor at The Taxman UK.

Protect your savings

Living on your savings is an unfortunate fact of life for many people during the Covid 19 epidemic. If you are living in the UK there are many ways to better protect your savings from tax like putting them in tax free ISA ‘wrappers’ or other financial vehicles.

If you are a UK Non-Resident then these kinds of tax saving options are not available to you. Our UK Non-Resident tax advisors will be able to advise you on where to put your hard earned money to best protect it against tax liabilities, maximise your returns, and fill in your annual UK Non-Resident tax return and file it for you.

Protect your savings
Your UK pension

Your UK pension

If you chose to retire then you may already have spoken to a good, professional tax advisor about tax planning for your retirement. If you suddenly find yourself out of work, and temporarily retired or thinking about retiring permanently, then now is as good a time as any to get good, professional tax advice for UK Non-Residents from one of our tax advisors at The Taxman UK.

It may be as simple as changing your National Insurance contributions to a different class to save you money every month. Our UK Non-Resident tax advisors will be able to advise you on the variety of options currently available to you, including the latest tax changes from the HMRC, and help you to maximise your pension and minimise your tax payments too.

What to do if your bank account is closed?

Surprise! Surprise! You thought that you had all your bases covered then suddenly a letter arrives from your bank, or banks, asking you to prove your current tax status or your bank account will be closed. Don’t panic! A good, professional UK Non-Resident tax advisor can help you with the documentation that you need to prove your current tax status, even if you are already retired and living overseas. Our UK Non-Resident tax advisors will be able to assist you to fill in the forms that you need and to advise you on the options available and the tax implications depending on your current and future circumstances.

Please don’t hesitate to contact one of our experienced UK Non-Resident tax advisors by sending us an enquiry at help@thetaxmanuk.com for an initial consultation. Good tax advice will save you time, money and stress, whether you are retired or not.

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Paperwork and UK Non-Resident Tax

Paperwork and UK Non-Resident tax

Brexit is ongoing and its effects are beginning to be seen quickly. More paperwork is one of the most significant changes that the impact of Brexit has had. There are reports of small businesses having to fill in more forms than ever before with one UK business having to fill in 71 pages of paperwork for just one lorry of fish. If you are a UK Non-resident anywhere in the world and you have UK income then you will have to make a UK Non-Resident tax return. If the thought of even more paperwork seems daunting to you, ask a UK Non-Resident tax advisor, like The Taxman UK, to make your UK Non-Resident tax return for you.

Mistakes in UK Non-resident tax returns

Everyone makes mistakes. Big mistakes can be costly. Mistakes in your UK Non-Resident tax return may even look fishy to a UK tax inspector. A good UK Non-Resident tax advisor will be able to assist you in making your UK Non-Resident tax return, without any mistakes. If you are an expatriate who is comfortable or even stranded, overseas or you have recently returned to the UK you will still need to calculate your UK taxable income for the year, fill in your UK Non-Resident tax return, and file it.

Save yourself time, money and more paperwork by getting advice from a good, professional UK Non-Resident tax advisor.

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Less Paperwork

Less Paperwork

Wherever you work in the world, if you earn income of any type in the UK then you must pay tax in the UK. Even if you are retired, you still need to check your tax status and keep your paperwork up to date. If you are a ‘flexpatriate’, someone who undertakes frequent international business trips but doesn’t relocate, you may have even more paperwork to do, or atleast to check.

For frequent travellers across different countries it is common to be misinformed about local laws and regulations. And then there are the number of days spent overseas, and local taxes.

A Less Taxing Life

Performing in any job can be stressful. Working and communicating across different countries and cultures can be even more challenging. Misinformation can lead to mistakes, so can continually changing rules, regulations and laws. If you are a French expatriate in Malaysia or a British expatriate in Spain then your residency and tax status may be different, or even unclear. Our team of experienced UK Non-Resident tax advisors at The Taxman UK can make your life less taxing, with less paperwork.

Life can get complicated, quickly, so it’s always good to plan ahead, especially in turbulent times. Tax planning is always important and can save you time, money and stress with good, professional tax advice for UK Non-Residents on your paperwork, and any other aspects of your UK Non-Resident taxes too.

Please don’t hesitate to contact one of our experienced UK Non-Resident tax advisors by sending us an enquiry at help@thetaxmanuk.com for an initial consultation. Good tax advice will save you time, money and stress, whether or not you are facing more paperwork.

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UK Non-Resident tax returns and Bitcoin

UK Non-Resident tax returns and Bitcoin

During these turbulent times, when many people are facing a bleak financial outlook and the prospect of living off savings, there are still a few silver linings in the clouds. The Chinese word for a crisis, ‘Weiji’, is two words meaning; danger and opportunity. There are still a lot of opportunities during the current Covid 19 epidemic, and more coming with new normal. If you have been speculating on Bitcoin, or other crypto currencies, and have made a good profit, you may be thinking about the tax implications. Don’t worry, you may not have to pay tax in the UK on bitcoin profits if you are a UK Non-Resident.

HMRC and Bitcoin

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has released updated guidance on the tax treatment of individuals on cryptocurrencies and certain exchange tokens, referred to by HMRC as “crypto-assets”, in its policy paper, “Crypto-assets for individuals”. This paper expands on the guidance previously issued in 2014, which dealt only with Bitcoin and similar cryptocurrencies.

It confirms that, depending on your personal circumstances, transactions in relevant crypto assets will either be subject to income tax as trading income or subject to capital gains tax (CGT) on the disposal of a chargeable asset.

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Crypto assets and UK Non-residents

Crypto assets and UK Non-residents

HMRC’s view is that the taxation of bitcoin and crypto assets in the UK is dependent on where you are resident. People who are resident in the UK will be deemed to hold the crypto assets in the UK and, as these are deemed to be UK legal assets, any income or gains arising will be taxable in the UK. The same rules apply for people who are UK Non-Residents. Bitcoin and crypto assets will not be considered to be UK assets and therefore will not be subject to UK taxation. Please be aware that if you have been a UK Non-resident for less than 5 years the temporary non-resident rules may apply.

If you need advice on this, or any other aspect of UK Non-resident tax rules then the best thing to do is to get advice from a qualified, experienced UK Non-Resident tax advisor, like The Taxman UK

Remittance to the UK

People who are not domiciled in the UK are usually able to make a claim to file their taxes under the remittance basis, this means that only your UK income is subject to UK tax, and any overseas income or gains are not taxable in the UK on the basis that these are not brought into the UK. As UK resident individuals will be considered to hold their crypto assets in the UK, there will not be the option to exclude their crypto assets from UK taxation under the remittance basis.

If this all sounds complicated and you would rather just sit back and enjoy your profits from Bitcoin, and your other crypto assets, or watch them rise even higher, then ask The Taxman UK for good, professional tax advice for UK Non-Residents on your bitcoin and crypto assets, and any other aspects of your UK Non-Resident taxes too.

Please don’t hesitate to contact one of our experienced UK Non-Resident tax advisors by sending us an enquiry at help@thetaxmanuk.com for an initial consultation. Good tax advice will save you time, money and stress, whether you are a bitcoin trader, a crypto asset holder or just a UK Non-Resident.

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UK Non-Residents: Where are you working in 2021?

UK Non-Residents: Where are you working in 2021?

Whether you are working in the UK, or overseas, this year you will be affected by the Coronavirus epidemic. So how does this affect your tax status? The HMRC has published guidance for employees temporarily returning to work in the UK from a country outside the EU, EEA or Switzerland where the UK does not have a reciprocal agreement. If you didn’t know about this or are unsure about your tax status, the best thing to do is to ask a good, professional UK Non-Resident tax advisor. Our team of experienced, qualified UK Non-Resident tax advisors at The Taxman UK can assist you and your family to determine your tax status, tax liabilities and even make your UK Non-Resident tax return for you.

Employees working abroad in 2021

Currently, and for the foreseeable future, almost everyone is faced with the challenge of change, all the time. Personal and professional changes can happen suddenly and so do rules for our own neighbourhood, city and country. Smoothing out the effects of these changes will help you and your family to get through the turbulent times ahead.

The HMRC has temporarily changed how you calculate National Insurance contributions for employees who temporarily return to work in the UK during coronavirus. If you are an employer, or employee, and you or your staff are returning to the UK, you can plough through these changes on your own, or you can get good, professional tax advice from The Taxman UK.

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Different countries, different rules, different times

Different countries, different rules, different times

Brexit has brought many changes for many businesses in the UK with more red tape and more costs. If things weren’t already complicated then on top of this there is Covid 19. Paying different taxes in different countries can be complicated, time consuming and costly not just in terms of time but also access to contributions you have been saving up overseas and getting the most in retirement for all your hard work. For employees working in an EU, EEA country or Switzerland because of coronavirus, social security contributions or UK National Insurance should continue to be paid as usual, unless you are told otherwise. People working in a country with which the UK has a reciprocal agreement are advised to contact HMRC with any concerns, or the authorities in the country where they are working. Make it easy for yourself and your staff, contact The Taxman UK first.

National Insurance for UK Non-Residents

The rules for National Insurance contributions depend on your circumstances and which country you are going to work in. National Insurance for workers from the UK working in the EEA or Switzerland from 1 January 2021 explains what to do if you go to work in one or more countries in the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland, and when UK National Insurance contributions are payable. Then there are rules for employees working outside these areas. It can get really complicated with different countries, different periods of time and more. Then there are voluntary NI contributions for different classes.

Please don’t hesitate to contact one of our experienced UK Non-Resident tax advisors by sending us an enquiry at help@thetaxmanuk.com for an initial consultation. Good tax advice will save you time, money and stress, wherever in the world you find yourself as a UK Non-Resident in 2021.

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The Statutory Residence test for UK Non-Residents

The Statutory Residence test for UK Non-Residents

If you are not sure if you are a Non-Resident in the UK for tax purposes this year then take the test. The Statutory Residence Test was introduced by HMRC in 2013 to determine the tax residence status of individuals with connections to the UK. It’s a complex test, but it’s very important as, if you don’t correctly declare and pay tax on any UK income it could lead to penalties and fines. If you don’t like the sound of taking a test or don’t have the time to then ask a good, professional UK Non-Resident tax advisor like The Taxman UK for some help.

UK Tax tests made simple

There are four essential components to the Statutory Residence Test:

  1. How much time you have spent in the UK in a tax year
  2. Automatic Overseas Test
  3. Automatic UK Test
  4. Sufficient Ties Test

You, and your family, will be considered a UK Non-Resident for tax purposes if you meet the automatic overseas test and you do not meet the automatic UK test or Sufficient Ties Test. But you will be considered a UK resident if you do not meet the Automatic Overseas Test and you meet one of the Automatic UK Tests or the Sufficient Ties Test. Sound complicated? It can be, so make your life less taxing as a UK Non-Resident and ask for some good UK Non-Resident tax advice from The Taxman UK.

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Covid 19 and Tax Time in the UK

Covid 19 and Tax Time in the UK

In the simplest terms, if you spent more than 183 days in the UK in a given tax year, you would normally be considered a UK resident. However, calculating the number of days spent in the UK is not straight forward. Then there is Covid. If you are in the UK due to exceptional circumstances, such as bereavement or caring for an elderly relative, you may be granted special conditions with regards to the total number of days you have spent in the UK. 

If your professional and personal life has been thrown off course or faces dramatic uncertainty then you may be left wondering what to do. It’s simple. Just ask for some advice from a professional UK Non-Resident tax advisor. The best way to figure out your way through the Statutory Residence test for UK Non-Residents is to ask an experienced UK Non-Resident tax advisor for help. The Taxman UK specializes in this and our team of UK Non-Resident tax advisors can help you and your family to correctly determine your residence status. Save yourself time, money, and stress with professional UK Non-Resident tax advice from The Taxman UK.

Please don’t hesitate to contact one of our experienced UK Non-Resident tax advisors by sending us an enquiry at help@thetaxmanuk.com for an initial consultation. Good tax advice will save you time, money, and stress, whether you take the Statutory Tax test yourself or not.

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UK Non-Residents and Inheritance Tax

UK Non-Residents and Inheritance Tax

Inheritance tax is a sensitive subject. There are many different ways to view inheritance that range from ‘the inheritance generation is lucky’ to avoiding talking about it at all. All that hard work of your forefathers was meant to help you, and your family, to secure your financial future. Whether the inheritance you leave is large or small it will still be liable for tax even if you are a UK Non-Resident. So don’t leave it too late to get some good advice from a professional UK Non-Resident tax advisor like The Taxman UK.

Intergenerational Savings

Good tax planning can help you save money and tax across generations of your family. With taxes such as income tax and capital gains tax if you are a UK Non-Resident then your UK income is subject to tax in the UK. A good, professional UK Non-Resident tax advisor at The Taxman UK can help you minimise your tax bill and make your tax return for you, saving you time, money and stress. With inheritance tax there are some differences to other taxes. For inheritance tax useful tax planning can be carried out to mitigate part or most of your liability and help yourself and your heirs with intergenerational savings.

Intergenerational Savings
UK Non-Resident and UK Non-Domicile

UK Non-Resident and UK Non-Domicile

Rather than looking at your actual residence status at the point the individual passes away, in order to determine the inheritance tax position on UK assets for UK Non-Residents, HMRC will consider whether or not you are UK domiciled. Domicile is a legal concept which considers an individual’s long term home. So if you are UK domiciled as well as a UK Non-Resident at the time of passing, inheritance tax will be payable on your worldwide assets if the total value is over the inheritance tax threshold, currently £325,000 for individuals.

Worldwide assets

If you are UK Non-Domiciled and a UK Non-Resident when you pass away, then rather than your worldwide assets being subject to UK Inheritance tax, only your UK assets will be deemed subject to UK tax. If you are deemed UK domiciled when you pass away, your worldwide assets will now fall under UK Inheritance Tax and be subject to a possible 40% rate of tax. Any assets held outside the UK will not be subject to UK Inheritance tax but may be subject to taxes in the county in which you reside.So just like all other taxes in the UK, inheritance tax for UK Non-Residents is something that should be carefully considered if you hold UK and Non-UK assets and are unsure about your residency status.

The easiest solution is to get good professional advice from a good, professional UK Non-Resident tax advisor. Please don’t hesitate to contact one of our experienced UK Non-Resident tax advisors by sending us an enquiry at help@thetaxmanuk.com for an initial consultation. Good tax advice will save you time, money and stress, whether you are leaving an inheritance or receiving one.

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UK Non-Resident Tax for UK property owners

UK Non-Resident Tax for UK property owners

Whether you own your own home or a buy-to-let property in the UK, if you receive rental income in the UK then you must pay tax on the income received. Whether you are British, or a UK property owner from anywhere else in the world, you are liable to UK Non-Resident tax on your UK property income. Spending time calculating your earnings may not be that taxing but determining whether you are a UK Tax Resident or a UK Non-Resident can be. There are several tests and multiple criteria for determining your UK tax residence status. If you have multiple homes or properties then your calculations and paperwork can increase dramatically. Save yourself time, money and stress with good tax advice for UK Non-Residents.

UK Tax Residence Tests

HMRC has several automatic tests to help you, and your family, determine your UK tax status. You’ll be automatically UK non-resident for the tax year if you meet any of the following tests:

  • You spend fewer than 16 days in the UK during the tax year. This test is used if you were UK resident in any of the previous 3 tax years
  • You spend fewer than 46 days in the UK during the tax year. This test is used if you were UK resident in none of the previous 3 tax years
  • You work sufficient hours overseas (generally 35 hours or more per week on average) without a significant break, and during the tax year:

You spend fewer than 91 days in the UK, and you spend fewer than 31 days working in the UK (a work day means more than three hours work)

If you don’t meet any of these tests you move onto the ‘automatic UK tests’. If you don’t have the time, or inclination, to go through all these tests ask a UK Non-Resident tax advisor.

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Automatic tests for UK Non-Residents

Automatic tests for UK Non-Residents

HMRC has two statutory tests to determine UK tax residency. These tests were introduced to reduce the vast uncertainties for many people about their UK tax residence status. Although these tests provide greater certainty for some taxpayers, they can get quite complex and many taxpayers struggle to apply it in practice.

The Taxman UK offers good tax advice for determining your tax status, tax liabilities and will fill in your UK Non-Resident tax form for you. Save yourself and your family time, money and stress with UK Non-Resident tax services from experienced, qualified tax advisors at The Taxman UK.

More than one home

HMRC’s Statutory Residence Test does not provide a concrete definition of a ‘home’, it all depends on your personal circumstances and how you use your property, or properties. It is possible to have more than one home, either in one country or several countries. If your wife and children live in the UK but you do most of your work overseas and fly home to the UK frequently then determining your ‘home’ for tax purposes can get complicated. A property can be your home even if you do not stay there

continuously, for example if you move out for a while but your family still lives there. If this all sounds complicated then a good UK Non-Resident tax advisor can make everything simpler for you, quickly. Please don’t hesitate to contact one of our experienced UK Nonresident tax advisors by sending us an enquiry at help@thetaxmanuk.com for an initial consultation. Good tax advice will save you time, money and stress, whether you are a property owner in the UK or not.

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UK Non-Resident tax for investment income

UK Non-Resident tax for investment income

There is no point in having high performing investments if you have to pay equally high rates of tax. Smart investors aim for a portfolio of investments with good returns; you should also aim for maximum tax efficiency. If you are a UK Non-Resident and have significant investment income in the UK then finding the most tax efficient ways for your investment income is simple, just ask a UK Non-Resident tax advisor at The Taxman UK

Investment income strategies

Some investments are much more tax efficient than others. Investment income can be safeguarded in tax shelters like ISAs and SIPPs, or even a company if you are a UK Resident. If you are a UK Non-Resident then your options may be different or more limited.

Some investments produce more capital gains than income and often capital gains are much better than income as tax rates are lower.

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Interest on investment income for non UK residents

Interest on investment income

Investments that generate interest income should generally be avoided, particularly if you are a higher-rate taxpayer, unless the interest is sheltered from tax. With inflation running at around 1.25%, if you pay 40% tax you would need to earn substantially more than the inflation rate before tax just to maintain the real value of your capital.

Most interest bearing investments are not able to deliver more than 5% annual returns, so the value of your savings will be eroded by inflation. There may be times in life when you cannot avoid it such as when you sell your house and have a large lump sum of cash. ISAs are the easiest way to make sure your interest is tax free but if you are a UK Non-Resident then this is not an option.

Stock Market Dividends

The main difference between dividends from your own company and dividends from stock market companies is that stock market dividends can be completely sheltered from income tax by investing via an ISA or SIPP. This means you should be able to shelter all of your stock market dividends from tax. If you are a UK Non-Resident this is not possible.

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Income Tax on Dividends for non UK residents

Income Tax on Dividends

Unlike dividends from your own company, you cannot control the amount of income you receive from stock market companies. If you have significant dividends from stock market companies in the UK, you may want to reduce the dividends you pay yourself from your own company to avoid paying more tax. Stock market dividends are generally only a tax problem for wealthy investors who hold a significant portfolio of shares as a UK Non-Resident.

If you, or your family have significant investment income in the UK and are UK Non-Resident for tax purposes then a good UK Non-Resident tax advisor can make everything more simple for you, quickly.

Please don’t hesitate to contact one of our experienced UK Non-Resident tax advisors by sending us an enquiry at help@thetaxmanuk.com for an initial consultation. If you have high performing investments in the UK then good tax advice will save you time, money and stress.

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Do I Have to Be British to Be a UK Non-Resident Taxpayer?

You don’t have to be British to be a UK Non-Resident taxpayer

British people have to pay tax in the UK, so does anyone else who receives income in the UK. You don’t have to be British to be a UK Non-Resident taxpayer. Regardless of your nationality, with assets or investments that generate income in the UK then you must pay tax in the UK to the HMRC. This doesn’t have to be a hassle.

Our team of tax advisors at The Taxman UK can help you, and your family, to determine your UK Non-Resident tax liability AND fill in your UK Non-Resident tax return quickly and efficiently. Save yourself time, money and stress with The UK Taxman UK’s UK Non-Resident tax services.

UK Non-Resident Tax From Argentina to Zimbabwe

No matter where you are from in the world, if you earn income in the UK and don’t reside there then you must pay UK Non-Resident tax in the UK.

Whether you are from Argentina and live in Spain or you are from Zimbabwe and live in Malaysia then you still have to pay UK Non Resident tax on your UK income.

If you are Malaysian and own property, or other assets, in the UK and earn rental income or investment income in the UK then The Taxman UK can assist you, and your family, with your UK Non-Resident tax assessment and tax return. If you are British and reside in Malaysia, or anywhere else outside the UK, then we can also help you with your UK Non-Resident tax return.

Whether you are not a British Citizen or not and have received an inheritance in the UK from a long lost relative then The Taxman UK can help you with your UK Non-Resident tax assessment and tax return on your windfall.

We have got you covered from A to Z.

UK Non-Resident Tax for Any Nationality

UK Non-Resident Tax for Any Nationality

The Taxman UK already has clients from all over the world who make UK Non-Resident tax returns, annually.

Our team of tax advisors will help you, and your family, to minimise your UK Non-Resident tax payment and take care of all the necessary paperwork so you can spend your time on other priorities.

You can also relax in the comfort and knowledge of having expert tax advisors assist you, and your family, in all aspects of your tax affairs as a UK Non-Resident whether it concerns earned or unearned income, investment income, an inheritance or anything else.

Make your life less taxing with good tax advice from our team of UK Non-Resident tax advisors at The Taxman UK.

Don’t hesitate to send us an enquiry at help[at]thetaxmanuk.com for an initial consultation.

Good tax advice will save you time, money and stress, whether you are British or not. 

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