If you remained treated as UK tax resident whilst spending most of your time abroad, then you were liable for UK on your worldwide income. You would normally have completed a P85 when you left the UK so that HMRC could issue NT (no tax) codes on any UK PAYE sources of income.Technically, you have probably been non-UK tax resident even though you were paying UK tax on your pensions because of the number of days you were spending in the UK whilst living in Greece so if I were you I'd let sleeping dogs lie. When you do resume full UK tax residence, then you will need to disclose your non-UK income from that point but you should get credit for any tax paid abroad on that income against the UK tax liability on the same income.
Dear *****, Good Morning,
Just one more question if I may, even if it costs.
The current Greek tax authorities are being pushed by the EU and are becoming aggressive on tax collection.
In the event they come after me and demand to pay all my tax locally and going back in time,what can I do?
Regarding my ties with the UK, I have maintained everything that I had, pre non residence.
4.Private Health Insurance ( BUPA )
6. Credit/ Debit cards/Store cards
8.Utilities in my name
As I mentioned I use the 92 days visit allowance and in essence I have played it to my convenience.
I have a son who is a medical doctor and works for the NHS.
1. Will the HMRC agree to it and to what extent ?
2. If so, how far back can the HMRC go with such payments?
I would appreciate your advice.