πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ United Kingdom

Europe
0 residency programs
Non-domiciled taxation
Tower Bridge, London, United Kingdom

Countries / United Kingdom

Known for

Fact Sheet

Continent

Europe

Demonym

British

Calling code

+44

Driving side

Left

Motto

God and my right (Dieu et mon droit)
Population
63,705,000
Human development index
0.92
Life expectancy
81 years
Gini index
32.80
Unemployment rate
6%
Inflation rate
1.2%
Fertility rate
1.8

Cost of Life

Cost of Living Index
67.28
Rent Index
29.85
Groceries Index
51.27
Restaurant Price Index
74.13
Local Purchasing Power Index
91.73

Taxation overview

Tax system

Non-domiciled taxation

Countries with a non-domiciled (or "Non-Dom") taxation system apply different taxation rules whether you are domiciled or non-domiciled resident:

  • If domiciled resident, you pay income tax on your worldwide revenues (similar to residence-based taxation).
  • If non-domiciled resident, you only pay income tax on your local revenues (similar to territorial taxation)

The definition of domiciled vs non-domiciled is specific to each country. The general approach is that your domicile is the country you are born in and your parents have lived in.

Tax Treaties (9)

United Kingdom has concluded 9 tax treaties (also called double tax agreements, or DTAs) with other countries to avoid or mitigate double taxation. Such treaties may cover a range of taxes including income taxes, inheritance taxes, value added taxes, or other taxes.
Note: the list below may not be exhaustive.
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