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Good evening, are you planning to work for the same employer as U.K. and what’s your current status in U.K.
I was asking whether the employer in Netherlands was different to the U.K. one. You would be able to work in Netherlands and live in U.K.
In regards ***** ***** if you are working in Netherlands you would have to pay taxes in Netherlands. Also taxes in U.K. would need to be paid.
Your not resident there but working for a company in the Netherlands. You would not pay tax in U.K. if you are not receiving income from work.
In regards ***** ***** withdrawal agreement is does not take place until 29 March 2022 therefore you are still able to work in Europe.
As a U.K. resident.
You would not be exempt from council tax but if you are not working in U.K. then you would not pay tax however taxes would need to be in Netherlands.
You have a Dutch permit therefore the withdrawal agreement should not affect you.
You mentioned your spouse what visa is she on.
Ok if he is not your dependent then it would not be a problem to work abroad as the income to meet financial requirement would be required from U.K.
You would require a Dutch address when receiving income.
As a U.K. citizen you have no visa restrictions therefore can also have an address in the Netherlands. If partner is your dependent on spouse visa employment must be from U.K. to meet the £18,600 financial requirement.
You would not lose rights a U.K. citizen such as NHS health care and other benefits.
You said you hold a residence permit therefore this should entitle you to healthcare there.
You will be able to receive your income in your bank account and can still post to U.K. address. Please note nothing will change as to your rights a British citizenship.