Hi, I’m a UK teacher about to move abroad to teach in an international school in China. During June, I usually mark 2-3 exam papers for my subject. The pay isn’t great but I quite like it and would like to keep doing it. There’s lots of threads about tax that I’ve looked at and the general consensus is that you pay tax in the country you work in and not the UK... But the exam boards specify that you need to have a UK bank account to receive payment. I mustn’t be the first person for this to happen to and some other forum members must also mark GCSE/A level papers whilst abroad as it’s all done online nowadays. So does anyone know how that income is handled for tax purposes?