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  • RE: Remittance basis and arising basis

    Hi HMRC Admin team, Thanks for your reply. I have a follow up question about Remittance Basis Charge (RBC). I re-use my scenario of being an UK resident with non-UK domicile status and supplement more details about the basis of different tax years as below. 2021-22 (UK resident since Apr2021) : arising basis 2022-23: arising basis 2023-24: remittance basis 2024-25: arising basis 2025-26: arising basis 2026-27: arising basis 2027-28: arising basis 2028-29: arising basis 2029-30: arising basis From 06Apr2030, I have been tax resident in at least 7 out of 9 preceding tax years. Do I need to pay the £30000 RBC even though I only use the remittance basis once (on 2023-24 tax year). If I change to UK domicile before 06Apr2030, do I still need to pay the £30000 RBC?
  • RE: Remittance basis and arising basis

    I am an UK resident with non-UK domicile status. I would like to use the remittance basis for the 2023-24 tax year. But is it a must that I need to continuously use remittance basis for the coming consecutive tax years (i.e. 2024-25, 2025-26, … etc.) until I become UK domicile? I’m asking because I plan to use remittance basis for the 2023-24 tax year only. After that, I will switch back to arising basis for the coming tax years (i.e. 2024-25, 2025-26, … etc.)