Non-residents limited to ten days’ work in UK

Non-residents will not be able to work in the UK for more than ten days without it potentially affecting their residence status; if they are relying on the so-called “full time working abroad” exemption from UK tax residence, according to new guidance issued by HMRC.
Where an individual is treated as non-resident by virtue of holding a full time contract abroad but works more than 10 days in the UK they may still be able to persuade the taxman they are non-resident:  as long as they are not carrying out substantive duties in the UK.  They could still spend up to 90 days here and still qualify for the exemption, but should expect a stiff challenge if they do.
This could affect people coming back to the UK for business meetings.

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