Each country’s domestic tax legislation establishes an individual’s residence status for its own tax purposes – regardless of that person’s residence status elsewhere – and countries around the world have very different rules for establishing where and from what date an individual is resident. This often leads to individuals being dual residents, i.e. resident for tax purposes in two countries at the same time, usually in the individual’s home country (where he normally lives and which he has perhaps just left) and the host country (the country to which he has moved).

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