There was an earlier post which I think was not correctly replied to.
Is box 34 only relevant for non-doms that were more than 6 years in the UK?
Please also advise the benefit of a 1 GBP advise I found on HMRC site?
i think this is not properly explained.
Does Box 34 not only regard non-doms who have to pay the GBP 30.000 charge after 7 years?
In general I thought foreign earning do not need to be listed anywhere (unless remitted) was my undertanding.
is there a way to demonstrate one is a non-dom and claiming the remittance base, to show to bank that foreign earnings are exempt?
In Europe this concept is not widely know and my bank needs some proof.
This regards interest payments on monies kept in a German bank account.
As a UK resident but non-domiciled my foreign earnings are exempt if not remitted back to the UK.
Sadly as a standard procedure German banks tax at source.
In order to have the source tax reimbursed I need the certificate of residence.
Question 1 to fill out form:
"Please enter below the Article of the countries Double Taxation Agreement (DTA) under which your request regarding this income is being made. Article of the DTA "
What needs to be filled in? Article 4 regards residence and article 11 interest payments if I am not mistaken?
Question 2 to fill out form:
"Do the Subject To Tax provisions apply to this foreign income?
Please refer to the Double Taxation Agreement for the relevant country.
Subject to Tax provisions - Please enter Yes or No:"
This point of perspective of the question is not clear in my case. I am charged the tax but at the same time I am exempt from it. what would be the correct entry for the form?
I suppose I fill out "YES"? Would "NO" mean no basis for a claim?
Because of the past low interest rates the current interest are only less than 5 GBP. Is there a minimum threshold for the certificate to be issued? The bank insists on having the certificate!