Are you an individual who receives income from a country that has a Tax Treaty with the UK or Australia?
Did you know that you may have to take account of the Tax Treaty as well as the tax law in each country when deciding how your income should be taxed?
Clauses in Tax Treaties known as the residency tie breaker provisions can also be important if you are tax resident in two countries under the domestic provisions of each country – laws that affect the tax residency status of individuals are different in each country.
Adding to the complexity the UK and Australia view the Tax Treaty provisions in different ways – at bdhTax we are experienced with the approaches of both countries.
We can help you navigate the confusing interaction between the domestic tax provisions and the provisions in the applicable Tax Treaty.
We advise clients on the Tax Treaty between the UK and Australia, and a number of other countries.
Where necessary we can also refer you to local accountants outside the UK and Australia, or can liaise with your own accountant in an overseas jurisdiction.
If you think you might need help and would like a free initial discussion with us please complete the enquiry form on this web page.
We will be pleased to have a free initial discussion with you.