Operate overseas with confidence.

Trading or working in a territory which is not your home of residence can be complex and potentially taxing.

We’ll make you feel at home.

Whether you are a business operating offshore or an individual with overseas interests, we can help sort out the complexities and intricacies of UK cross border tax rules, ensuring you remain compliant.

Steve Crouch, a Chartered Tax Advisor and one of the founders of SRC-Time, has over 35 years tax experience. He is nationally renowned for his UK and International tax expertise and has assembled a high level tax team at SRC-Time.

“SRC have consistently provided excellent service to our organisation over 10 years both in managing all our day to day accounting requirements as well as providing advice on Tax, R&D and Share Schemes which has saved significant amounts of money. Highly recommended.”

Drew, Cohesion Services Limited

Some of what we do for our clients:

  • The tax implications of individuals arriving in or leaving the United Kingdom
  • The taxation of UK income in the hands of non-UK residents, and the taxation of foreign income in the hands of UK residents
  • The UK taxation regime of non-domiciled residents
  • The tax implications of establishing, operating and unwinding non-resident trusts
  • Trust and corporate structures for holding UK residential and investment properties, including Income Tax, Corporation Tax, Capital Gains Tax, Inheritance Tax and Stamp Duty Land Tax
  • The operation of the Non-resident Landlord Scheme, and the filing of Non-resident company returns for rental income
  • The interaction between UK and foreign tax obligations, particularly the USA
  • The establishment of United Kingdom subsidiaries and branches for overseas companies, and overseas subsidiaries and branches for United Kingdom companies, including Permanent Establishment issues
  • VAT issues relating to the cross-border trade in goods and services, VAT registration in the United Kingdom for non-resident traders/distance sellers
  • Direct and indirect taxation implications of Brexit