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Income Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Act 2003

Section 390: Exception: non-domiciled employees with foreign employers

1690.This section derives from section 595(2)(b) of ICTA and provides a further exception from the charge under section 386 of this Act. This is where the earnings are (in the terminology of ICTA) “foreign emoluments” and the payment is to a retirement benefits scheme which corresponds to approved or relevant statutory schemes etc. As the term “foreign emoluments” has been dropped this section instead sets out the relevant circumstances for the exception to apply.

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