Hi gents, during a quiet spell in work last night my workmates was looking at tax payable on the state pension, it said that if you were not a uk resident then you would not be taxed,but you could be taxed by the country that you were resident in. We got busy again so didn't have time to read much further, do any of you guys living in Thailand get taxed on your state pension by either the uk or Thai government? If you are taxed by the Thai government how much is that tax rate....
i can't imagine the Thai government giving up an opportunity to tax a foreigner, but I have never heard anyone say they are or are not taxed by the Thai government.
many thanks in advance for your replys.
essexboys