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Thank you very much Admin 17.
And even though I was working abroad full time (over 35+ hours per week, and did not return to the UK within the tax year) the work was for UK clients - is this ok under the 'working abroad full time' definition?
Again, thank you.
I'm a UK resident and have been self-employed for 2 years. For the 20/21 tax year which I am about to complete, I believe I qualify for Split Year Treatment, because I left the UK in August 2020 to work abroad full time and travel. My clients are stil UK companies. For the following tax year, 21/22 I will meet the third condition of the AOT for non-resident UK status by working abroad full-time, and being in the UK for less than 91 days.
Could you tell me if I'm correct that split year will apply to me, and how to I put this on my tax return due soon?
Am I correct in saying that in my tax return I will only declare my income and expenses up until my date of departure from the UK?
Many thanks for any advice or info.