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Old 3rd Jul 2019, 21:08
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Originally Posted by flyingmed View Post
3 - Is it possible to pay taxes etc in the country of domicile instead of the UK?
It’s a complex subject and has been the subject of heated debate here. Simplistic answer is that if you meet the requirements to be non resident in the U.K. for tax purposes ( and there is much more to it than simply avoiding being in the U.K. for 90 days) you may well still end paying some U.K. income tax and also some income tax where you are resident.

As Rex has said you pay full U.K. National Insurance, which may exempt you from some social charges on income in your country of residence.

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