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Non-Resident Income Tax Calculator 2021/22

If you receive an income in the UK, for example rent from a UK property, you can use our non-resident income tax calculator to establish a guide to how much income tax you may have to pay in the UK. The calculator was designed for non-residents but can also provide a guide for residents in the UK receiving an income as well.

Please be aware that this is a guide only and must not be used exclusively to establish your tax liability. You should always seek professional advice when calculating tax in the UK or abroad. You may also be liable for tax in your country of residence.

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