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Expatriate tax.

Are you a UK or US citizen living away? Then you know that finding your way around a new place takes time, patience and (ideally) a helping hand. Sure, you can buy a map – but a clued-up local will definitely get you further. Think of us as your personal tax guide.

We know how both systems work from the inside, out. Talk to us about how best to manage your income, reduce liability and pay the correct local tax. We’ve had the pleasure of supporting many internationally mobile workers through pivotal stages in their lives from our London office. Buzzacott’s Hong Kong team looks after US and UK nationals living across Southeast Asia.

  • UK tax advice
  • US tax returns for UK-residing American citizens
  • UK tax returns for non-UK residents with UK source income
  • UK tax advice about UK statutory residency rules
  • Pre-departure/arrival planning, including assignment structuring
  • Inheritance tax advice

Help with US tax services

  • Residence and domicile issues
  • US & UK Tax return compliance
  • Cross-border trust and estate tax 
  • Dual US/UK qualified charities 
  • FATCA/CRS advice 
  • International Pension & Tax Reporting & Advice 
  • Mixed Fund Analysis 
  • US/UK Divorce Tax Advice 
  • US/UK Share Schemes Tax Advice 
  • Expatriation
  • US residents in Hong Kong 

Global Mobility

We work hand-in-hand with our Global Mobility team who can advise you on managing an international workforce. And you’re welcome to share your queries with Buzzacott’s other specialists, from HR to financial planning. Thanks to our membership of the PrimeGlobal international association, we can also connect you with trusted experts worldwide who deliver the same quality of service you expect from us.

Stepping Stones

If you’re a US citizen living in the UK or you’re planning to move here, there will  be a number of important life stages that you will need to plan for.

With a good plan you’ll be ready for any challenge or opportunity life might throw at you while you’re in the UK.

We created the Stepping Stones series to help you understand each area in more depth no matter where you currently are. Read the series here

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