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Hi, I am british and living/working overseas and have been

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Hi,
I am british and living/working overseas and have been for some time.
Its likely that will continue.
I have rented my house in Uk and was wondering the if the money received from rent is to be taxed.
My current income is paid by the overseas company. I travel back to uk 3 times per year but now stay in hotels. The house i own and rent is in manchester.

Please let me know. Thanks very much
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Sam replied 3 years ago.

Hi

 

Thanks for your question

 

Yes if its more than your personal allowance (as you are still awarded UK personal allowances as a British citizen - which is £9440 a year)

 

However as you are not UK resident, then unless you have registered for the Non Residents landlord scheme, then either your tenants (or managing agent if you have one) should be paying the tax over to HMRC (and then you complete self assessment returns each year and declare rents, less expenses and tax suffered)

 

If you are registered (or get registered) for the non resident landlord scheme, then you still complete a self assessment tax return each year but just pay any tax due annually.

 

I have added a link for the Non Resident landlord scheme

 

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/international/nr-landlords.htm

 

 

Do feel free to ask any follow up questions

 

Thanks


Sam

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