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Non Irish person , but has lived in Ireland for most of last 16 years. Has a wife and family in Ireland. Was tax resident 2017, but did spend the last few months out of Ireland, on a foreign employment contract. 2018 will spend less than 100 days in Ireland. Was an employee overseas first four months of 2018. Now has a six month overseas contract (S Arabia), but has to invoice (to a Swiss company) for freelance services. Would this person have to pay Irish Tax in 2018? (Is he caught as Irish Tax Resident 2018 due to 280 days total 2017 & 2018)?? Thank you.

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Asked on 18 June 2018 5:19 pm
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Yes, but if he is non-Irish domiciled (foreign parents, born abroad?) he might qualify for the remittance basis, and if he remits nothing into Ireland might escape that way.

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