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Podcast Q&A

Our first question was how #Brexit may have affected the #Remote Work issues we discussed on the #podcast.

Income taxes were never covered at EU level, meaning the UK's network of bilateral Double Taxation Agreements continues in force unchanged. Tax liabilities will be based on the '183-day rule' under those treaties. In some cases tax years are examined in isolation, in other cases on a rolling 12-month basis. It's important to know which applies to you because the tax falls due, once that level is crossed.

Although tax rules are unchanged, immigration and social security rules are now different. I'll cover those in another post.