ericb Posted June 12, 2008 Share Posted June 12, 2008 I work full-time for a UK employer and like many spend some time in UK and some time at home, and some time at airports/hotels in between.Have been covered on E106 for past couple of years (fully paid up NI) and am aware legislation has changed - the form asks you to explain 'working pattern' where I input 3 days/wk in UK office and 2 days/wk home/remote.The response I've had basically says I am no longer entitled to cover and should be registered/paying my cotisations in France, then goes on to talk about E101s etc....I know I can voluntarily opt-in to my cover (c8% of last year's earnings IIRC?) if I feel like it....But why would I still be paying contributions in the UK? I don't believe, that even as a non-resident, there is any way to become exempt of NI and Tax at source?I know they've been clamping down on non-status/pre-retirees, but I work 52 weeks a year and pay full contributions (as does my employer) and have done so/will continue for years to come..Any advice?Thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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