st lucia tax

Old Feb 23rd 2010, 10:15 am
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Sorry to be hogging this site, but I have a huge list of questions!! Anyway does anyone have any experience/knowledge of the st lucian income tax system? If we do move to St Lucia then my wife and daughter will be there full time, neither working. I will continue to work in the UK and will fly out to SLC for about 12 days a month. I am subject to UK tax on my income and wondered if I would also be liable for St Lucian tax?? Are there a certain number of days per year that you can be in the country without having to declare yourself to the tax authorities, and even if you go over this is it only income derived from SLC that will be taxed, or worldwide income as it is in the states? I won't be earning any income in SLC and was hoping that I would therefore be able to avoid the country's income tax, even if I had my main residence there. I'm sure there's a way they will be able to tax me but any advice or websites would be welcomed as I haven't been able to find anything out from the st lucian revenue online.

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