Thanks, ***** ***** I have this, but am not sure if I am missing something. I Plan to stay in Spain for approximately 165 days per year, with a similar amount of time in Turkey (2 x 60 to 85 days per each 180 day period as per visa allowance). The remaining time could be anywhere but includes the UK.
So with my time frames I do not become a tax resident (less than 183 days total in Spain); I am not a tax resident in Turkey (similar reasoning) and while I will retain a residential address in the UK my time there will be limited to 30 to 50 days per year.
My assumption is that through business connection to the UK, I will retain my tax residency here.
I currently pay tax in the UK (business and personal) and I submit and pay taxes in Spain based on property owned.
From what you have suggested as long I do not overstay my time in Spain (i.e. less than 180 days) I should continue to be taxed as I am at present.
Am I making too much of this and it is really a simple solution?
5 stars so far for help and promptness.