Hi.You ask how much tax you would be liable for? Are you referring to a situation where you sell the UK property you own? Do you own or rent a home in Thailand? Do you stay in the UK house when you come to the UK or is it let? Have you been non-UK resident since the 1970s?
It is not my intention to sell my to sell my house in the UK for the foreseeable future. I use it when I come to the UK and for the time I am away it is unoccupied as I do not want to rent it out.
I own a property in Thailand and have been non-UK resident since 1973.
As far as I am aware I can stay in the UK for a maximum of 120 days per year and still retain non-residence status. My question is how would my situation change if I wanted to stay in the UK up to a maximum of 182 days in any one year?
Thanks.Leave this with me while I draft my answer. It will take a while.
Please correct me if I'm wrong but from the information you have given, I have a house in UK which counts as one tie and spending more than 90 days in the UK for the previous 2 years would count as another tie, two in total. Therefore the maximum I can spend in UK in any one year would be between 91 to 120 days?
If though I decided I wanted to spend up to 182 days per year in the UK would I then have to pay full UK tax on my pension and other sources of income or would I get some sort of tax relief because I am in the country less than 183 days in any one year and also I have financial commitments in Thailand?