Uk state pension?

Old May 13th 2013, 8:57 pm
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Originally Posted by bakedbean
Re pensions (at least private ones) that's not true in Malaysia. If you are living in Malaysia under MM2H visa and get confirmation from Malaysian tax authorities that you are tax resident here, that can be sent to UK HMRC and they accept that (reciprocal agreement) and will pay your pension gross (can be in a UK account). Then, in turn, you can bring in those proceeds to Malaysia legit tax-free, as Malaysia does not tax offshore income.

I believe it's not so straightforward with UK state pension and any gov pensions though.

Anyway... just for interest.
BB you are quite correct and it takes a lot of organizing to achieve this, it is not a default situation. the usual position is as I outlined unless very specific action is taken. A similar approach is also to be undertaken to transfer Domicile status, part one being the transfer of Tax residency status as outlined by your post.
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