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Actually HMRC does not say that and many go without bothering to tell that Department. However, it is a good idea so to do as on receipt of the form P85 HMRC will classify you as non resident and the form provides for the refund of tax overpaid on departure. In very general terms if you spend more than 183 days in France in any one year you will be liable to French taxation on your world wide income. However, French taxation is so complex and so constantly changing that the employment of a local practitioner is essential. I have an old working colleague who emigrated to France. His Army and Civil Service pensions are not taxed there, but his State Pension is.
No, the tax paid in the tax year of departure. In my opinion yu should complete a P85 when you quit these shores. You will find life much easier if you do.
Failure to complete the form could expose you to a Tom Tiddlers ground of arguments with HMRC as they try to tax you on your overseas income when you do not live in the UK.
The tax paid to November 2021. Knock off the Personal Allowance (PA) and pound to a pinch of salt a refund will be due.
The P85 would get it to you faster.
There is no time limit on the submission of a P85.
They well might and you will have to look to the treaty for protection.
NO, you merely self assess as normal.
Yes, but allowing that to happen would be most inadvisable with criminal liabilities and hence possible imprisonment. Remember they did not nail Al Capone for anything except tax evasion.
By 31 January 2023.