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Non-Resident Directors

Helping directors of UK company’s that live overseas meet their compliance and reporting obligations.

Understanding your needs as a non-resident company director

We understand company directors are often very busy and in a sensitive and important role.

It is therefore critical that both employers and office holders (executive and non-executive) should be aware of their tax compliance and reporting obligations, even if they live overseas.

Blick Rothenberg has developed a bespoke non-resident director tax advisory service and we support a number of directors of listed and private companies to manage and meet these obligations.

How we can help

Our experienced tax advisers provide help with the following:

  • Assistance with payroll responsibilities
  • Establish whether the director is required to file a UK tax return
  • Establish whether employer and employee social security / National Insurance contributions are due
  • Prepare UK tax returns when required
  • Provide tax advice on accommodation and travel expenses
  • Provide advice on UK employer and director compliance obligations
Directors living overseas must meet several complex tax compliance obligations, even if they do not visit the UK very often. Blick Rothenberg can help.

Our client stories

Managing an internationally mobile workforce within a major INGO

UK tax and employment advice for a major charity’s international workforce

Global employment advice for a top 10 charity

Insights

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Spotlight on… Raising funds using EIS or SEIS

In the latest edition of our ‘Spotlight On’ series, Corporate Tax Partner, Tim Shaw takes an in depth look at raising funds using EIS or SEIS.

29 July 2021

Notification of the uncertain tax treatment by large businesses

Ravi Basra analyses the Government’s proposed rules on uncertain tax treatments and outlines what businesses need to do to prepare for these changes.

26 July 2021

Self’s assessment: taxing smartphones

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