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Old Oct 14th 2013, 1:22 pm
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Does Dublin count as the UK for tax purposes? I need to spend 4 days out of UK to stay within the 90 day tax law , i was wondering can i spend the 4 nights in Dublin before entering England? This will make my time in UK 89 days during the tax yr ?
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Old Oct 14th 2013, 1:28 pm
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Do you mean Dublin the capital of the Republic of Ireland?
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Old Oct 14th 2013, 1:40 pm
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Yeah Dublin in Ireland....
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Yeah Dublin in Ireland....
OK there is a hint in my reply.
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I know its Ireland....i`m not daft, i just want to be certain..... i was told the laws had changed ....
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Originally Posted by rafathegafa View Post
Does Dublin count as the UK for tax purposes? I need to spend 4 days out of UK to stay within the 90 day tax law , i was wondering can i spend the 4 nights in Dublin before entering England? This will make my time in UK 89 days during the tax yr ?
isnt it 90 days in 3 years?
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isnt it 90 days in 3 years?
No, they're the Irish rules
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90 days during 1 tax year i`m led to believe... so can anyone confirm Dublin is fine ?
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Originally Posted by Bahtatboy View Post
No, they're the Irish rules
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So Dublin ok then ? serious answers please ....?
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Originally Posted by rafathegafa View Post
So Dublin ok then ? serious answers please ....?
Well, here's a serious post...

See HMRC6 Section 8.5 for the easiest route to becoming UK non-resident and also how to avoid becoming UK resident again.

Your answer lies in that short piece of text.

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Default Re: 90 Day Tax law Dublin?

HMRC6 is now out of date and has been replaced with RDR1 as the residence rules changed with effect from the current tax year (2013/14) with the introduction of the statutory residence test (SRT).
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Originally Posted by rafathegafa View Post
So Dublin ok then ? serious answers please ....?
Did you know that the official currency in the Republic is the Euro? Does that not give you a clue? The other posters on here are simply taking the piss.
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Default Re: 90 Day Tax law Dublin?

Originally Posted by mentalist View Post
Did you know that the official currency in the Republic is the Euro? Does that not give you a clue? The other posters on here are simply taking the piss.
You might have picked up on the title of this bored, too -British Expats. Quite clearly not Republic of Ireland Expats.
Strangly enough, most of the corespondents on here know more about British tax rules, and getting in a huff because we can't help you doesn't make things any better.
You're clearly on the 'net - do your own research. If you can't help yourself before you arrive in the Gulf, you're going to be one of those sad tales of those who leave early because they can't cope.

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Default Re: 90 Day Tax law Dublin?

Originally Posted by rafathegafa View Post
Does Dublin count as the UK for tax purposes? I need to spend 4 days out of UK to stay within the 90 day tax law , i was wondering can i spend the 4 nights in Dublin before entering England? This will make my time in UK 89 days during the tax yr ?
Simple answer. Dublin is NOT in the UK, but ensure you do not cross over into Northern Ireland which is. Most of the posters on here are taking the piss because you obviously have little knowledge of Geography.
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