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    Default self employed in Spain

    Hello, I've just come across your forum on the internet and hope you can help me with my query. I am a freelance English teacher and fully registered in Spain. I now realize that I should have filled in a double taxation form, which I'm about to do. Also, I have recently started to receive a small pension from the UK. Because of this pension I have received a form to fill in from the UK Tax Office. Query: Do I need to tell the UK tax office about my earnings in Spain, self-employment? I am resident here.

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    Good morning Maggie,

    If you are a fiscal resident here in Spain, then you will need to declare your worldwide income in this country. This will include your UK pension.

    I donīt believe that you need to inform the UK Tax authorities on your self-employment income, however this can be best answered by an UK accountant or even the Inland Revenue.
    Marta Flores
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    Thanks you for your help. I have always declared my earning and my UK pension to the Spanish authorities. I will contact the Inland Revenue ask them.

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