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13 Mar 2020

Coming to work in the UKAn employee is subject to income tax if he is resident or carrying out employment duties in the UK. Just one day of work in...

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13 Mar 2020

Non-resident directors and NIC ― general positionDirectors of a UK limited company are office-holders and treated in the same way as employed earners...

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13 Mar 2020

Position from 6 April 2014Significant changes were made to the provisions from 6 April 2014 and from that date the amended SI 2001/1004, reg 114 means...

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13 Mar 2020

Taxation of UK employmentNon-resident employees’ UK-based earnings are taxed under ITEPA 2003, s 27. Employees who are only resident in the UK are not...

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13 Mar 2020

This note provides an overview of the statutory residence test (SRT) introduced with effect from 6 April 2013. The SRT sets the ground rules for...

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28 Jun 2019

IntroductionIn some circumstances, an individual may be liable to tax in two jurisdictions simultaneously where he is employed in one country but...

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28 Jun 2019

The UK rules on tax, National Insurance, pensions and employment law have all been developed primarily for application to employees who are domiciled...

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28 Jun 2019

This note primarily covers the PAYE and National Insurance position of seconded employees working wholly or partly in the UK. The note does not cover...

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28 Jun 2019

IntroductionPractical issues for payroll operation when employees are leaving the UK are covered in the Outbound employees ― payroll issues guidance...

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28 Jun 2019

Strictly, the earnings for any UK workday are taxable in the UK under ITEPA 2003, s 27 (the arising basis), even if the employee only works for a day...

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Employment Tax

Coming to work in the UKAn employee is subject to income tax if he is resident or carrying out employment duties in the UK. Just one day of work in the UK can result in a...

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Employment Tax

Non-resident directors and NIC ― general positionDirectors of a UK limited company are office-holders and treated in the same way as employed earners for NIC purposes by...

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Employment Tax

Position from 6 April 2014Significant changes were made to the provisions from 6 April 2014 and from that date the amended SI 2001/1004, reg 114 means that all employees...

Employment_tax_img9
Employment Tax

Taxation of UK employmentNon-resident employees’ UK-based earnings are taxed under ITEPA 2003, s 27. Employees who are only resident in the UK are not chargeable to UK...

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Employment Tax

This note provides an overview of the statutory residence test (SRT) introduced with effect from 6 April 2013. The SRT sets the ground rules for determining whether an...

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Employment Tax

IntroductionIn some circumstances, an individual may be liable to tax in two jurisdictions simultaneously where he is employed in one country but spends time working in...

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Employment Tax

The UK rules on tax, National Insurance, pensions and employment law have all been developed primarily for application to employees who are domiciled and permanently...

Employment_tax_img5
Employment Tax

This note primarily covers the PAYE and National Insurance position of seconded employees working wholly or partly in the UK. The note does not cover other available...

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Employment Tax

IntroductionPractical issues for payroll operation when employees are leaving the UK are covered in the Outbound employees ― payroll issues guidance note. A review of...

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Employment Tax

Strictly, the earnings for any UK workday are taxable in the UK under ITEPA 2003, s 27 (the arising basis), even if the employee only works for a day or two in the UK. If...