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I'm filling out my self assessment now. I moved to the UK in the middle of May 2021 for the first time, and 2021-22 is the first year I've been a UK tax resident. As part of my self-assessment, I have filled out the form for split-year treatment SA109. Do I have to report any of my income from before I moved to the UK? Or do I just need to file to say I was not a UK resident till mid-May?
I'm a US citizen resident in the UK and have done some self employment contractor work for a US company. I just filed my US taxes and have to pay self employment taxes and social security taxes on that work for the last year. On my UK self assessment, can I use that social security and income tax I paid to the US as credits for UK taxes I owe? Or do I just have to pay the taxes twice on that income? Although I think the US UK tax treaty should mean I don't get double taxed.
I am considering working for a US company remotely as an independent contractor from the UK. I'm a US citizen, and they would be paying me into my US account. As I would be paying at least some tax to the US, would I still need to declare it as self-employment income on my self-assessment? Or would that be covered by the tax treaty?