Probably the biggest impact of emigrating will be losing your UK residence status as this can have a huge effect on the amount of income tax and capital gains tax you pay.
We list the steps you need to take to convince the taxman that you are non-resident and discuss some of the traps the authorities have set to catch 'phoney emigrants'.
The first few chapters look at the different rules in establishing non residence before April 2013 and after this date.
UK emigration can lead to a lot of UK tax planning opportunities.
We therefore look at the specific tax implications of UK emigration in detail.
We break this down into sections on tax planning opportunities arising for each of the main taxes:
• Income Tax
• Capital Gains Tax
• Inheritance Tax
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<b>PART I - Losing UK Residence</b>
Chapter 1. Losing UK Residence Status In 2012/2013
Chapter 2. Convincing HMRC You Are Non-Resident
Chapter 3. Losing UK Residence Status After 5 April 2013
Chapter 4. New Statutory Residence Test & The Split Year Basis
Chapter 5. The New Connection Factors
Chapter 6. The Transitional Rules
<b>PART II - Income Tax Planning></b>
Chapter 7. Income Tax For UK Emigrants
Chapter 8. Tax On Employment Income For Expats
Chapter 9. Pension Planning
Chapter 10. UK Company Owners Moving Overseas
Chapter 11. How Non Residents Can Avoid Tax On Rental Income
Chapter 12. New Anti Avoidance Rule
<b>PART III - Capital Gains Tax Planning</b>
Chapter 13. Capital Gains Tax For Non-Residents
Chapter 14. Points To Watch Out For If Selling A Former Main Residence After Emigrating
Chapter 15. Directors of UK Companies Moving Abroad And The Impact Of Double Tax Treaties
Chapter 16. When HMRC Can Challenge Disposals After You've Left The UK
Chapter 17. Using A Double Tax Treaty To Provide Services In the UK Tax Efficiently
<b>PART IV - Inheritance Tax Planning</b>
Chapter 18. Emigration and UK Inheritance Tax
<h3>About the Author</h3>
<img src="http://www.taxcafe.co.uk/images/authors/LeeHadnum_95x122.jpg" alt="Lee Hadnum" align="right"><br>
The Author of "Emigration Tax Planning For 2012 & 2013" is our site Editor, Lee Hadnum. Lee is a rarity among tax advisers having both legal and chartered accountant qualifications. After qualifying a prize winner in the Institute of Chartered Accountants exams, he also went on to become a chartered tax adviser (CTA).
He worked in Ernst & Youngs Entrepreneurial Services department for a number of years before setting up his own tax planning practice. He is now a full time tax author.