The following Employment Tax guidance note Produced by Tolley in association with John Hayward provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:
This guidance note examines the tax regime associated with overseas pensions and considers how it applies to those who relocate to work or retire overseas.
Those who decide to emigrate from the UK may continue to be, or decide to become, members of UK-registered pension schemes subject to certain conditions.
Since 6 April 2006, membership of a UK-registered pension scheme has been open to anyone regardless of where they are resident. Neither is there any restriction on the amount that can be contributed by an overseas resident individual, or by an employer in respect of overseas resident individuals. However, relief from UK income tax may not be available or may be restricted on contributions made by the scheme member and / or their employer where applicable.
Relief from UK income tax on contributions by an individual to a registered pension scheme is dependent on their being a ‘relevant UK individual’ during a tax year.
There is an annual limit for UK tax-relieved pension contributions, which is the greater of 100% of the individual’s UK relevant earnings that are chargeable to income tax in the UK and £3,600. The annual allowance (set out in FA 2004, s 228), now £40,000 since 6 April 2014, applies
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