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    Moving overseas - forms to submit to HMRC

    I'm about to move overseas for a couple of years.

    I know that I need to submit an NRL1 to allow my letting agent to continue to pay my rent to me gross. However, do I need to submit any other forms at this stage? (e.g. a form informing HMRC that I'm going overseas in the first place?)

    Very grateful for any help, as ever.

    #2
    I would submit your tax return for 2019-2020

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      #3
      Dont do as I did.
      I had a UK Accountant who I had used for 10 years. I had UK property which I rented out.
      I moved overseas and became a Resident and signed up with an Accountant in the country I was in.
      As a resident of that country I had to submit Tax Returns, Their Tax Year ran from 1 Jan - 31 Dec
      And I still had to do my UK Tax return 5 April - 5 April.
      My overseas accountant persuaded me to let him do my UK Tax Return as well as my Overseas Tax Return.
      Big Mistake.
      I should have kept my UK Accountant to do my UK Tax Return
      And have the overseas Accountant do my overseas Tax Return.

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        #4
        Originally posted by JamesHopeful View Post
        I know that I need to submit an NRL1 to allow my letting agent to continue to pay my rent to me gross.
        https://www.gov.uk/government/public...dividuals-nrl1 has a whole lot more which might be useful.

        Bear in mind that just because you get rent paid gross doesn't mean you won't eventually end up paying tax on it. There are a whole lot of qualifications for becoming non-resident for taxation purposes.

        I lived overseas for over 20 years and was non-resident for almost all of that period in various countries and landlord for virtually the whole time. If you want any advice on that, PM me.

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