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International Tax for Individuals

With greater freedom to live and work abroad, more people are facing international tax issues.

Given the differing income tax rates between countries and costs associated with double taxation, we can help you to avoid pitfalls and make the best choices.

As members of HLB International we have access to an international network of colleagues and can offer support and a comprehensive range of services.

Our experienced team of tax experts can help you:


• Understand how the UK statutory residence test might affect your circumstances and advise you on the advantages and disadvantages of being UK tax resident
• If you are not UK domiciled we can advise you on the remittance basis of taxation to minimise UK tax
• We can help you with payroll issues if you are moving to or leaving the UK, particularly to avoid double taxation
• We can help you determine how certain UK income streams will be taxed when you move abroad, for example a pension or rental income on a buy-to-let property
• Where you are resident or domiciled can have implications for both inheritance tax and capital gains tax. Our tax and financial planning experts can advise you
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