British Expats On The Move

 

Whether you are leaving the UK or you are a UK citizen making a move back here, the tax rules can be complex.

We will help you plan to ensure you do not get a surprise tax bill later.

We can assist with:

  • domicile international tax regulations
  • non-domicile international tax requirements
  • residency considerations
  • remittance basis advice
  • capital gains tax for non-resident landlords
  • tax advice for relocation
  • foreign income

We have offices in Singapore, Australia and the USA and a network of firms we trust around the globe. Where required, we can make the necessary introductions in the country you are moving from or to.

 
 

HOW WE ASSIST BRITISH EXPATS ON THE MOVE

 
 

Self-Assessment Tax Return


We will provide the advice you need to ensure your return is completed accurately and maximise your claims. Then we will complete and lodge your return with HMRC on your behalf. It is the stress-free way to take care of your taxes.

 

Non-domicile and non-resident services


When you live overseas you may need to lodge a UK tax return if you have UK income or stay temporarily in the UK. We will ensure you get the right advice for your situation, assessing your residency status and applicable tax concessions as we provide advice, prepare and lodge your tax return for you.

 

Non-Resident Landlord Tax returns


Regardless of where you live in the world, if you own a property in the UK, you will be subject to UK taxes on that property. As international property experts we provide essential tax advice for managing your property from overseas, as well as preparing essential tax returns and reports.

 

Employee Share Scheme Advice


Share options and employee share schemes can come with confusing or unintended tax consequences. As experts in tax, we can help you navigate your decisions with clear, actionable advice and strategies.

 

PLAN YOUR MOVE AND AVOID SURPRISES

We will help you plan your departure or return to the UK to ensure you understand your obligations and what you need to prepare for.

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