Posted by Roly 9th July 2016 22:53 GMT, 1 replyFilters: North America Tax

I am no longer working as I have a long term illness. I want to move to the US in the near future and do not know what tax related issues will exist.
Points to note:
1. I am still employed by a UK company and taxed in the UK on my earnings.
2. I have previously lived in the US and was employed on a secondment to a US company from the UK parent.

I am told that as I am unable to work I can live anywhere but understand that in the US there is a tax treaty between US and UK.

Could anyone give any general advise on this ?
thanks for any help you can give.

Ramon28th February 2017 18:26 GMT

Hi there!

There is a tax treaty between the UK and US. Basically you get to choose where you are taxed. You can read more about it here: https://www.irs.gov/businesses/international-businesses/united-kingdom-uk-tax-treaty-documents

Ramon
PS: Let me know if you have other questions.
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