UK Pension Paid to Expat in None Tax Treaty Country
Published / Last Updated on 11/07/2019
There are lots of countries that do have a tax treaty with the UK and lots that do not. What happens when a UK pension is paid to an Expat living in a country with no Tax Treaty with the UK?
If there IS a tax treaty between the UK and the country that you live in, you will usually be issued with an NT (no tax) Tax Code and no taxes will be payable on normal UK pensions paid to you with the exception of State/Government/Civil Service/Public Service type pension schemes that are always UK taxable.
If there is NO tax treaty between the UK and the country that you live in, you will NOT be issued with an NT (no tax) Tax Code and liable in full to income taxes on all UK pensions paid to you + additional taxes where you live.
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