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Some of the issues you might face as a non-UK domiciled tax resident either in the UK or overseas include complex tax filing in an unfamiliar jurisdiction, staying on top of rule changes and the structure of remittances.
Planning ahead for your financial needs while in the UK can make a significant difference to your UK funding needs. Early advice (ideally pre-arrival) is therefore very important.
If you are planning to remain in the UK for the long term, it is also important to plan ahead for the point at which you will become ‘deemed’ UK domiciled. In these circumstances, inheritance tax planning is especially relevant.
Our highly qualified team of specialists advise on the organisation of financial affairs, tax efficiency and tax reporting obligations for those coming to the UK, those planning long-term residence, or those leaving the UK.
We don’t provide 'off-the-peg' solutions – all of our advice is carefully tailored to your specific tax needs.
As members of Nexia International, we can ensure that UK planning is compatible with the jurisdiction of your country of domicile and any other countries in which you have financial interests.
We work closely with your existing advisers, such as onshore and offshore lawyers, investment managers and property agents.
If you’re coming to the UK
If you’re leaving the UK
We are a member of Nexia International, a worldwide network of independent accounting and consulting firms, providing global reach and local knowledge.
Our partners have an average of 20 years’ experience.
Our partners regularly contribute expert commentary on international tax matters in the national press and other prestigious publications.
Summarising draft Finance Bill clauses to bring all UK-situated non-residential real property owned by non-UK residents into the scope of UK tax with effect from April 2019.
Summary of some recent changes to UK capital gains tax and stamp duty land tax for non-UK resident individuals owning UK residential property.
An update on the reforms to the taxation of non-domiciled individuals.