You can sit and watch the UK Budget 2021 live or you can wait for a summary in the next day’s media. Whatever way you decide to do to stay current with the latest UK tax news it can still seem quite complicated, and you may be left wondering how it all affects you as a non-UK resident. The easiest solution is to ask a good non-UK resident tax advisor, like The Taxman UK, to do all the work for you. Our team of experienced non-UK tax advisors at The Taxman UK will calculate your tax liabilities after any new tax changes, fill in your non-UK resident tax return and file it for you with HMRC.
Some things stay the same and some things change. The good news for non-UK residents is that tax thresholds are frozen, but this means that income and other tax rises are coming. If you are a non-UK resident paying tax on your earnings, capital gains, inheritance, or investment income in the UK then there are tax changes ahead for you and your loved ones.
Here is a summary of some of the main points of the UK Budget 2021 that may affect you as a non-UK resident taxpayer.
There is more than this in the UK Budget 2021. Whether the UK Budget 2021 changes your tax liabilities as a non-UK resident or not, for these or other areas, is for you to determine as a non-UK resident taxpayer. Don’t miss out on any opportunities to pay less tax. Take some good, professional tax advice from our non-UK resident tax advisors at The Taxman UK. We are able to advise you on current changes in UK tax rules for any tax issues you and your loved ones may face. We can also assist you with tax planning for what future UK Budgets may hold for you.
Please don’t hesitate to contact one of our experienced non-UK resident tax advisors by sending us an enquiry at email@example.com for an initial consultation. Good tax advice will save you time, money and stress, whether you watch the UK Budget 2021 live or not.
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