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Tax

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by qualiteacher, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. qualiteacher

    qualiteacher New commenter

    Hello All, just filling in the online tax return and getting stuck. Does anyone know how to claim residence, remittance basis online? Or does it have to be a paper copy?
    Cheers.
     
  2. migratingbird

    migratingbird Occasional commenter

    As my postcode is not a UK one (the tax office have my overseas address), I couldn't fill out any of the online form. You can do it online but have to buy software to do it as far as I'm aware (well, that's what I did). There's a list of the software you can use on their website. I used Andica self-assessment, which seemed to be the cheapest. Very easy to do once software is downloaded and activated.
     
  3. the hippo

    the hippo Lead commenter Community helper

    It's even easier if you are "non-resident for the purposes of taxation".
     
  4. migratingbird

    migratingbird Occasional commenter

    That's good to know! I seem to regress several decades when attempting to fill out the form. Keep checking and unchecking boxes until I find the answer I know is right!
     
  5. the hippo

    the hippo Lead commenter Community helper

    The Bulgarian equivalent of Council Tax for our six-bedroomed home in the mountains, about 60 km from Sofia, is about ten pounds per year.
     
  6. Hippo - isn't Sunday a working day in Qatar ? Two messages on this thread today .... a light day is it ?
     
  7. the hippo

    the hippo Lead commenter Community helper

    My students all buzz off home at 1pm, but the Qatari owner of the school will not let us leave until 2.30.
     
  8. .....similar but I am here until 3 !
     

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