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ATC Tax was created as a company with the aim of providing straightforward and reliable UK tax planning and compliance services for all or our clients.
As a trusted partner we support our clients with all forms of UK tax advice. View our services to see exactly how we can help you.
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Our team can assist with tax returns covering the following areas:
- Moving to the UK
- Leaving the UK
- Double Taxation Relief
- Non-Resident Landlords
- Property Taxes
- PAYE & Pensions
- Domicile & Remittances
- Termination & Gratuity Payments
- Self-employed, Freelancers & Consultants
- Capital Gains Tax
- Property Sales
- High earners (£100K+)
- Savings Income
- Investment Income
- Partners & Company Directors
- Pension Income
Moving to the UK Tax Guide
Moving back to the UK, or even spending more time here than you have previously, might impact your finances more than you think, particularly if you have been away for a long period or this is your first time living in the UK.
Understanding the UK tax system can be difficult, but it’s vital that you get to grips with it. Creating a clear plan before you move can ensure you don’t pay more tax than you need to.
This guide should be used as a starting point to highlight some of the more common areas for you to contemplate before making the move. The information included in this guide is of a generic nature and should not be interpreted as advice.
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