If you don’t reside in the UK but own an investment property in the UK which you have disposed of, you are required to inform the HMRC of the disposal and any Capital Gains Tax (CGT) owed. This is also required if you are a partner in a partnership, a representative of a non-resident, using split year conditions, a trustee, or a fund or company. After the conveyance period, you have 30 days in which to inform the HRMC of the property sale through a non-resident Capital Gains Tax Return. Failure to file a CGT return in this time could mean that you incur penalties from the HMRC.
TAX ADVICE FOR NON RESIDENT INVESTOR
Handling business overseas can be very difficult without the help of an expert accountant who can help you to navigate the additional conditions that non-residents must adhere to. At The Accountancy Solutions, we provide a full CGT service for non-residents who are required to pay CGT on investments in the UK. Our fully trained and qualified CGT accountants can provide advice and assistance in the following areas of non-resident CGT requirements:
In the case of CGT requirements for non-resident investors, one of our expert CGT accountants can deal with the HMRC on your behalf, making the process of CGT returns much simpler and easier for you. No matter which bracket you fall under, our team at The Accountancy Solutions are always on hand to help manage your CGT affairs in a diligent and confidential manner. If you require CGT assistance, then you can contact our professional team at any time for advice, guidance, and more information about non-resident CGT requirements.