EU residency and tax
Thread poster: markj

markj
German to English
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Jan 28, 2004

Hi everyone

After working in Germany for three years, I am thinking of moving back to the UK in June to work as a freelancer. As this will mean I will have spent less than 180 days resident in Germany this year, does this mean I can pay UK tax rather than German tax on my freelance income this year, or does it depend on where you have spent the preceding 2-3 years?

If this question has been asked before, maybe someone can direct me to the previous answer.

Thanks.
Mark


 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 17:05
English to German
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Ask your tax advisor... Jan 28, 2004

...would be my advice, given the fundamental differences between Germany and the UK as far as income tax is concerned.

Best regards, Ralf


 


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