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When you engage our services, there’s no danger of being passed down to a junior member of staff, without the relevant experience or knowledge or being passed onto an offshore centre. You speak directly to Juliet Connolly (Click here for details of Juliet’s background), who will deal personally with all your tax affairs from a wealth of experience and knowledge.
That’s just one benefit of coming to UK Expat - professional advisers you can trust.
Juliet Connolly has co-written these books for, not only Britsh expats living overseas, but also for any individuals living abroad with interests in the UK or vising the UK, whether for work or pleasure. Click on the books for further details of what is covered and how to purchase them. Are you an employer in the UK sending employees overseas to work? If yes, these books are ideal to give employees before they leave the UK and could potentially replace departure meetings.
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I was relocated from the UK, to Egypt by my firm.
My firm gave me an allowance to hire a tax expert in the UK so that I could get some professional advice concerning my situation.
Hiring Juliet to undertake this has meant that all issues with my situation have been solved painlessly. She has given me professional and timely advice that, without, I would still be wondering which form is which.
Dealing with the UK Inland Revenue can be a daunting task (especially from a different time zone), Juliet makes it easy.
I would highly recommend her firm should you be moving abroad.
Andy Thompson of relocated from UK to Egypt