More and more people are leaving the UK. Records from the Office of National statistics show in 2006 it reached a peak at 385,000 people.
There are many advantages to moving abroad, such as a lower cost of living and better weather, but don’t forget you can also claim back a large portion of any income taxes earned in the tax year in which you leave.
Below we have a compiled a list of frequently asked questions and answers:
I am moving to another country. Can I claim my UK income tax back?
What percentage of my earnings can I claim back? Can I claim it all back?
I left the UK more then a year ago, can I still claim my tax back?
When can I claim my tax back?
Can I get my National Insurance back when leaving the country?