Would the fact that (under the tax residency tests on HMRC's website) I still qualify as a UK tax resident change the advice given previously? I.e. should the French company invoices still be paid gross?
What if some of the services my French company provides fall under IR35 in the UK?
Thank you for the response. Just to clarify, I am employed by a French company of which I am also a director, and my client is a UK based company. From reading the above, I understand that the French company's invoices should be paid gross. Is my understanding correct? Many thanks,
I have recently moved from the UK to France and started my own company. I take a salary from my company and pay tax and social security contributions in France.
One of my clients is a UK company who, as I worked in the UK with them in the past, insist that I need to keep paying PAYE tax contributions in the UK. They have deducted PAYE and National Insurance contributions from my French company's invoice. Is this correct? Should they not be paying my company in full and then I (as an individual) submit my tax return to HMRC and pay the relevant tax as needed?
I understand that a double taxation agreement is in place between the UK and France and that I can request a repayment of UK income tax at the end of the financial year, but am wondering if the UK company's approach of taxing the French company's invoices is correct?