wonder what does temporary non-residence in the UK mean? According to the HMRC, generally the rules for temporary non UK residence will apply where you meet the following conditions:
This is just the beginning. It can go on. Examples provided may sound a bit like your current situation, and they may not.
If you left the UK a few years ago and suddenly find yourself back in the UK then you may
Whether you are non-UK resident or a temporary non-UK resident may affect your financial affairs if, for example, you have sold a property or realised other capital gains during your time overseas. Depending on where you live, your overseas domicile country may, or may not, have a double taxation agreement with the UK.
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If you are a long-term non-UK resident, a flexpatriate, or even just a stranded tourist, then you may need to check your non-UK resident tax status for the current year. The easiest way to assess your current tax status, calculate and fill in your non-UK resident tax return is to ask a qualified, experienced non-UK resident tax advisor, like The Taxman UK. Our team of qualified, experienced non-UK resident tax advisors will fill in your tax return and submit it to HMRC, every year.
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