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tax implications....

Old Oct 18th 2007, 7:02 am
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in terms of moving money over to uk i.e from my company's retirement fund once i leave, would there be any tax implications to moving money over there?

sorry if its a dumb question!!!!
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Old Oct 18th 2007, 7:26 am
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if mr brown has anything to do with it.....

probably.

have you paid tax in hong kong, if so I would of thought that was under the reciprocal tax agreement, you shouldnt be liable.
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Old Oct 18th 2007, 7:44 am
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if mr brown has anything to do with it.....

probably.

have you paid tax in hong kong, if so I would of thought that was under the reciprocal tax agreement, you shouldnt be liable.
heehee, yes i have been paying my taxes in hk and this is under my tax agreement so i shouldnt be liable in uk, thanks for clarifying and its just what my friend said. thanks again.
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