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Please accept my apology.
"There would be no tax offset for you personally on the taxes paid as you are not "tax" in the UK and Algeria."
I don't understand this statement, is the word "tax" supposed to be "taxed"?
Also would there be any possibility of backdating to Feb 2015 UK corporation tax reimbursements based on what is paid in Algeria. Is there any other way of reducing my UK company corporation tax liability?
On my letter that states amount of tax paid in Algeria it states Algerian Income Tax (IRG), Employees Social Security and Employers Social Security. All amounts paid in Algerian Dinars
Is this admissable as offset against my company corporation tax liability? It would seem to me that the end client i.e. the Super Major Company is paying tax in Algeria as if I were an employee, where in fact I am getting payment from the UK based agency through my Ltd Co.
If this is a no go situation, is ther any other advice you can give to reduce my corporation tax liability.
Sorry, I don't understand the jargon.
Where do I stand with the tax situation?