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A person’s liability to German individual income tax is determined by residence status. A person can be a resident or a non-resident for German tax purposes. A resident of Germany generally refers to an individual who has a domicile in Germany or spends more than 6 consecutive months in Germany (habitual place of abode)
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You can be liable to UK Income Tax (IT) with only 14 days residence, but the situation is fiendishly complicated.
It all depends on your rotation. For example if you are one month one month off then you will remain liable to UK taxation.
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