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a) Yes, but any tax paid locally would be allowed as a tax credit against your UK liability under the Double Taxation Treaty between the UK and Mexico.
b) Yes, they would, but again the Double Taxation Treaty would protect you. As far as the UK ia concerned were it your sole or main domestic residence Private Residence Relief (PRR) would apply which relieves Capital Gains Tex at 100%.
c) Yes on all points, it would probably be safer and more flexible to move investments to the UK.
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Well yes, effectively, you would claim the Mexican deduction on your your self assessment tax return.
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1. No, it does not make any difference, repatriating.
2. No, but warn your bank of incoming funds and their source to preclude any money laundering inquiries a large sum might otherwise attract.
Sorry, my reply was only in respect of funds sold before departure. If you sell them on your return there may be Capital Gains Tax (CGT) liabilities.
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