New HMRC guidance on tax residence explained
Following our recent Spear's blog warning of the potential risks of overstaying in the UK due to coronavirus, HMRC has provided guidance on how 'exceptional circumstances' may be interpreted during the pandemic. What does this guidance provide for, and what reliance should individuals place on it?
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