Thanks for your question - I am Sam and I am one of the UK tax experts here on Just Answer.
If the contract is only for 200 days this is less than a year (365 days in a year) so can you advise further?
A day constitutes 24 hours starting from midnight - so if a person was in the Uk at 12.15am at night they would be into the "next" day.
So please clarify the position of days this contract will last - whether all the leave will eb spent in the UK, Whether he will retain property here in the UK and is this where he will stay when he comes to visit the UK, whether you will rmin in the UK and will he be paid from the UK ? Or employed from an overseas employer?
Thanks for your response
Why only 300 (poss 330 days) out of 547/548? This is almost half the time he would be there?
Is this just own time in between shifts/ hours worked?
However as he will see a whole tax year out of the UK (which breaches from 06/04/2017 to 05/04/2018 as he leaves Nov 2016 and will come back June 2018) as long as his visits from Nov 2016 to 05/04/2017 back to the UK are less than 43 days (as this will ensure the pro rata of 91 is not breached) and less than 91 days for the period 06/04/2017 to 05/04/2018) and then no more than 22 days for the period 06/04/2018 to end of June 2018 then he will be treated as not resident and this overseas income will remin free of UK tax
Make sure your husband completes form P85 for HMRC when he leaves - link here for this form (either to complete online or print to fill in and post)
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