New Zealand UK Tax Refund Guide
Are you from New Zealand and worked in the UK or an expat living in NZ?
You could be owed a UK tax refund.
Thousands of New Zealanders come to the UK to work, with many Brit’s going the other way to start a new in life in NZ. Either way, it’s easy to forget about the tax you leave behind, but you could be missing out on a large UK tax refund.
Don’t leave it too late: You’ve got four years to make a claim. After that it’s too late and you won’t be able to reclaim your tax back.
Making New Zealand your home
New Zealand has so much more to offer an emigrating Brit than just English as a first language and driving on the left. Whether you settle in the North Island, the somewhat drier South Island, or one of the satellite islands that make up New Zealand, you can say “Kia Ora” (“Hello”) to some awesome natural beauty. New Zealand has everything; live volcanoes, immense mountain ranges, famously long coastline, glaciers, fjords and simply beautiful beaches.
The temperate climate enables people to live the much more outdoor lifestyle that attracted many existing UK expats. There is so much space, with seven times as many sheep as people and no snakes. Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city and is ranked as 8th ‘most liveable city’ by The Economist Intelligence Unit’s 2016 ‘Liveability Index’. That’s an impressive eighth out of 140 cities worldwide. A thriving hub of diverse nationalities that live together