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If a foreign company has rental income from uk properties paid

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If a foreign company has rental income from uk properties paid direct to them, would the foreign company have to pay any UK taxes
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  TaxRobin replied 3 years ago.
Hello,
Non-resident landlords are persons (this term includes individuals, companies and trustees) who have:
UK rental income
a 'usual place of abode' outside the UK
Companies that have their main office or other place of business outside the UK, and companies incorporated outside the UK, will normally have a usual place of abode outside the UK. The foreign company would be a nonresident landlord.
If you have rental property in the UK but your usual home is outside the UK, your tenants will need to operate the Non-resident Landlord (NRL) Scheme. They need to deduct basic rate tax from rental income before they pass it onto you.
The foreign company (unless there is a tax treaty between the UK and their country) has a tax obligation to the UK on property in the UK that is used for rental.
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