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Hi

 

As I am about to claim my UK government pension I have calculated that I will be well over the UK Tax Allowances for the next year. As I will not be entering the UK at any time in the future with the exception of a short holiday I would like to be taxed in the country of residence, that being the Philippines

 

I have visited the HMRC / Gov web sites but it seems to be deliberately garbled to bamboozle people. Am I correct that in assuming I am required to submit the "Residence, Remittance Basis" form. No point in submitting the R85 form as the banks here would not know what it is

 

As for the current tax year I would have overpaid by quite a sum due to PPI claims interest being withheld. What is the form for reclaiming this issue please. I understand that the refund is not made until around May / June next year but trying to get5 things sorted before it happens

 

Thanks in advance for any help provided

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I realise this question was prompted by the pension issue, but it seems to be more about tax matters. I'll move this to the HMRC sub forum - hopefully you should get some more answers there.


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Have you spoken to the tax authorities in the Philippines about paying tax there?

 

Fwiw, I see the UK has a double taxation agreement with that country, which might make life easier in the long run.

 

HB


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HB

 

No taxation for people aged 65 and over no matter that the money is from the UK unless pension is more than 4m peso (about £50k) pa hence the question

 

Not really willing to telephone tax office at a huge cost. Has anyone got an email address for them.

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