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Remote worker down south, living up North

  • 24-02-2022 7:49pm
    Registered Users Posts: 1,468 ✭✭✭ mcw92

    Does anyone have any details about how this scenario would work.

    Working as a remote worker for a company down south, getting paid into a Euro bank account, paying tax, with my address as my address down south.

    However for some days of the month, living up North instead in rented accommodation.

    Does anyone know if this would cause any issues ?


  • Registered Users Posts: 329 ✭✭ Snugbugrug28

    Some companies will not want this because they may be seen to have a UK presence etc.

    Tax wise as far as I am aware you can stay tax resident in Ireland if you cross the border 183 days in a year or 280 in 2 years. Regardless you should apparently do a tax return in the UK which will likely result in zero Owings due to double taxation treaty. NHS will be free.

    As to what your address on revenue should be, if staying tax resident in the south I guess use the southern address