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Residence, Domicile and Remittance Basis Manual

Updates: Residence, Domicile and Remittance Basis Manual

2016

published amendments

Remittance Basis: Accessing the remittance basis: Remittance Basis Charge - Nomination of foreign income and gains: Relevant tax increase - Example 2
Content removed temporarily pending rewriting
Remittance Basis: Accessing the remittance basis: Remittance Basis Charge - Nomination of foreign income and gains: Relevant tax increase - Example 1
Content temporarily removed pending rewriting
Remittance basis: accessing the remittance basis: remittance basis charge - nomination of foreign income and gains: relevant tax increase
Content temporarily removed pending rewriting.

published amendments

Residence: Introduction: Who to contact
Text formatting corrected
Text formatting corrected
Text formatting amended.
Residence: Coming to the United Kingdom: Non-employee - Not resident and not ordinarily resident for the whole tax year
Links to attachments corrected.
Residence: Coming to the United Kingdom: Employee - End of year of arrival procedures
Link to attachment corrected.
Residence: Leaving the United Kingdom: Non-employee - Not resident and not ordinarily resident for the whole tax year
Links to attachments corrected.
Links to attachments corrected.
Links to attachments corrected
Residence: Leaving the United Kingdom: Employee - Not resident and not ordinarily resident for the whole tax year
Link to attachment corrected
Correcting link to attachment
Link to attachment corrected

published amendments

Remittance Basis: Identifying Remittances: Specific Topics: Foreign Currency Bank Accounts - Interaction with Mixed Funds Rules
Original guidance needed amending to bring it in line with capital gains changes

published amendments

Remittance Basis: Identifying Remittances: Specific Topics: Foreign Currency Bank Accounts - Interaction with Mixed Funds Rules
Minor change - spelling correction

published amendments

Residence: general information: cases of doubt or difficulty
Reference to SI updated to read FIS
SPT Personal Tax International team name updated to SPT Charities, Savings & International
SI added to the list of teams that can undertake residence enquiries for tax year 2013-14.

published amendments

Residence: Introduction: Introduction
Correction of typo error - asses to assets

published amendments

Residence: Personal Allowances: Non-resident individuals who may claim personal allowances under the provisions of Double Taxation Agreements
South Africa deleted from the list • an individual who is a national and also a resident of
Remittance basis: accessing the remittance basis: remittance basis charge - nomination of foreign income and gains: double taxation relief claims
Link to Double Taxation Digest
Link provided to DT Digest
Residence: Leaving the United Kingdom: Additional action you may need to take
Link provided to Pensions Tax Manual
Remittance basis: accessing the remittance basis: long term UK residents: interaction with extra statutory concession (ESC) A11
Clarification that, from 2013-14, split year treatment will apply if the conditions are met of any of the cases of split year.

published amendments

Residence: Leaving the United Kingdom: Employee - Not resident and not ordinarily resident for the whole tax year
Spelling correction 1st line - planed to planned

published amendments

Remittance Basis: contents
Typo corrected

published amendments

Residence: Personal Allowances: Non-resident individuals who may claim personal allowances under the provisions of Double Taxation Agreements
South Africa added back to list • an individual who is a national and also a resident of, (had been deleted in error on 20 July 2016). Croatia added to the list of members of EEA countries.

published amendments

Remittance Basis: Exemptions: Business investment relief: Condition A - eligible holding company (s809VD(5) ITA2007)
Images change to hyperlinks

published amendments

Residence: Personal Allowances: Non-resident individuals who may claim personal allowances under the provisions of Double Taxation Agreements
With effect from 6 April 2014, the Double Taxation Agreement with China does not give an entitlement to a United Kingdom Personal Allowance. China not now listed under - •an individual who is a national and also a resident of

published amendments

Residence: Personal Allowances: Non-resident individuals who may claim personal allowances under the provisions of Double Taxation Agreements
Croatia removed from countries listed under the bullet point •an individual who is a national and also a resident of

published amendments

Residence: General Information: Dual Residents
Reference to INTM corrected to INTM154010

published amendments

Remittance basis: accessing the remittance basis: remittance basis charge - nomination of foreign income and gains: example - insufficient nomination
To clarify example
Remittance Basis: Accessing the remittance basis: Remittance Basis Charge - Nomination of foreign income and gains: Relevant tax increase - Example 2
To clarify example
Remittance Basis: Accessing the remittance basis: Remittance Basis Charge - Nomination of foreign income and gains: Relevant tax increase - Example 1
Format spacing
To clarify example
Remittance basis: accessing the remittance basis: remittance basis charge - nomination of foreign income and gains: relevant tax increase
Amended to make the computation of relevant increase clearer.

2017

published amendments

Residence: Introduction: Who to contact
Old Telephone number deleted