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Statutory Residence Test (SRT)

The Statutory Residence Test (SRT) can be used to establish whether an individual’s status will be labelled ‘non-residence’ or ‘residence’ for tax purposes.

If you satisfy any of the automatic tests then you have certainty on your position for that tax year. Where none of the automatic tests are satisfied, the situtation becomes more complicated and requires your ‘ties’ to the UK to be identified. To help we have produced this handy flowchart for you. To expand or print, click on the image.

Statutory Residence Test - Rouse Partners LLP

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