Tax Advice for Superyacht Crew
UK Tax Advice Service for Yacht Crew
Tax advice for yacht crew is a specialist area. After all, your tax status as someone who works on a superyacht is often very different from the tax position of someone who works ashore. Because you’re a citizen of the seas, your “tax residency” status may even mean that you completely fall outside any tax regime. That’s good news for you. You may not have to pay income tax.You could save yourself a fortune by getting independent tax advice for yacht crew from an expert. It can do no hard to see whether you can earn tax free and be free of any obligations under tax legislation.
While we aren’t tax specialists (no financial planner is, regardless of what they say), we do want you to get the best advice possible for your tax affairs. So, we recommend you speak with someone who is a specialist. They can give you reliable advice you can trust.
Our advice is that you speak with Andrew Baker of Baktax, an experienced tax consultant based in the UK. He has worked in UK taxation for more than 40 years and provided valuable guidance to many UK citizens who work on boats operating outside UK waters.
Andrew is an independent yacht crew and seafarers taxation expert. If you are a UK national or resident in the UK, speaking with him is a no-brainer. And if you aren’t a UK national or resident there, but have a connection with the UK (family or property perhaps), it may also be worth your while talking with him about his tax service.