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A comparison of the UK and Danish personal tax system

A comparison of the UK and Danish personal tax system

When moving between the UK and Denmark, it is important to be aware of the differences that each jurisdiction imposes on areas of personal taxation. Failing to comply with the relevant procedures and local tax legislation could leave individuals with a series of penalties. The table below highlights a list of arguably the most important […] 26th September 2022 Read more >
Moving to Denmark and renting your property in the UK

Moving to Denmark and renting your property in the UK

Are you moving to Denmark and renting out your UK property? If so, you will be classified as a ‘non-resident landlord’ by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). Below we have covered some of the popular UK and Danish tax issues and questions that arise when becoming a non-resident landlord in Denmark. How do I stop […] 26th September 2022 Read more >
Moving to Singapore and renting your property in the UK

Moving to Singapore and renting your property in the UK

Are you moving to Singapore and renting out your UK property? If so, you will be classified as a ‘non-resident landlord’ by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). Below we have covered some of the popular UK and Singaporean tax issues and questions that arise when becoming a non-resident landlord in Singapore: How do I stop […] 31st August 2022 Read more >
10 ways you can reduce your tax liability as a UK resident taxpayer

10 ways you can reduce your tax liability as a UK resident taxpayer

10 ways you can reduce your tax liability as a UK resident taxpayer 1.Take advantage of pension schemes – Pension contributions made through your employment can be deducted from your pay before your wages are taxed (under the net pay arrangement). Alternatively, the government will top-up your pension at the basic rate (20%), commonly known […] 30th August 2022 Read more >
A comparison of the UK and Singapore personal tax system

A comparison of the UK and Singapore personal tax system

When moving between the UK and Singapore, it is important to be aware of the differences that each jurisdiction imposes on areas of personal taxation. Failing to comply with the relevant procedures and local tax legislation could leave individuals with a series of penalties. The table below highlights a list of arguably the most important […] 24th August 2022 Read more >
Moving to Australia and renting your property in the UK

Moving to Australia and renting your property in the UK

Are you moving to Australia and renting out your UK property? If so, you will be classified as a ‘non-resident landlord’ by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). Below we have covered some of the popular UK tax issues and questions that arise when becoming a non-resident landlord: How do I stop my estate agent or […] 20th July 2022 Read more >
A comparison of the UK and Australian personal tax system

A comparison of the UK and Australian personal tax system

When moving between the UK and Australia, it is important to be aware of the differences that each jurisdiction imposes on areas of personal taxation. Failing to comply with the relevant procedures and local tax legislation could leave individuals with a series of penalties. The table below highlights a list of arguably the most important […] 20th July 2022 Read more >