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UK HMRC R105 Forms and Banks

Old Sep 29th 2012, 6:26 pm
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My UK bank is now telling me that they do not accept R105 forms (Not Ordinarily Resident declaration for savings interest to be paid gross). Instead they tell me that I should claim tax back direct from HMRC.

Has anyone else had experience of this?
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Old Sep 29th 2012, 6:30 pm
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Yes, I tend to find that so far HMRC have refunded the tax without a problem.
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Old Sep 30th 2012, 12:16 am
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Default Re: UK HMRC R105 Forms and Banks

Originally Posted by ribenapete View Post
My UK bank is now telling me that they do not accept R105 forms (Not Ordinarily Resident declaration for savings interest to be paid gross). Instead they tell me that I should claim tax back direct from HMRC.

Has anyone else had experience of this?
I'd move my savings account to a bank that does accept R105. Or better still, move the money to the USA.
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