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Taxes for Expats

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Get a free introduction to one of our accredited tax consultants. We’ll pair you with the most appropriate advisor based on your specific needs, helping you get your finances in order for a better life and home and abroad.

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Taxes for Expats help and advice

There are many factors to consider when dealing with your tax as an expat. This can be quite complex, especially when dealing with income tax in both your home country and country of residence, double tax treaties, the calculation and declaration of capital gains tax and also inheritance tax. Expert advice you can trust is essential and will ensure you never pay more than you need to, while staying within the law.

Our free guides and articles will simplify the complex issues surrounding taxes for expats. If you’re looking for more specific advice, simply request a free consultation with a tax consultant, hand-selected from our network to match your needs.

Frequently asked questions about Taxes for Expats

Do I have to submit a UK tax return?

I am British but I no longer live in the UK and I'm not sure if I have to complete a UK tax return. HMRC haven't sent me a letter, but how can I tell if I should be submitting a UK tax return?

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How long do you have to stay out of the UK to avoid paying tax?

I’m a British expat and no longer live in the UK, however I have to occasionally return home. How long do I have to be outside of the UK to avoid paying tax in the UK?

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What is domicile?

I’ve heard about both domicile and residence. But what is “domicile” and how do I establish my domicile?

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What is your residency status?

I live abroad and travel a lot, what is my residency status?

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What taxes do expats pay?

When someone moves abroad, what taxes do expats have to pay?

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Do expats pay UK tax?

When someone leaves or moves to the UK and becomes an expat, do they have to pay UK tax?

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