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Residence and domicile
A guide to the rules as they affect individuals, and why they matter
In general, you are taxed by the country where you are ‘tax resident’. It is possible to be tax resident in 2 or more countries simultaneously, because tax years of different countries overlap, or the laws conlict.
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