1) Yes, I am tax resident in the UK, as I spent majority of my time here, and I have transferred my residency to the UK. I think it is best to keep it as that, and not have two tax residencies. I am working in a consultancy job in the UK, so I pay may PAYE and NI as I should of my salaries
For the Tax return: I transferred my residency to the UK in Dec 12. I spend about 65% of the year in the UK. I used to pay tax to my EEA country, as I was a resident there both tax wise and non tax wise.
As for the penalties and tax charges, as I have no other income at the moment then salaries, I beleive that should not be the case? Do they regularly check for tax returns of foreigners?
2) The BVI company would issue management invoices to another company in the EU that is charging other EU and EEA companies fees.
The BVI was also planned to own a stake in the UK company, is that then not advised?
So If I appoint an offshore director, and use the EU company to do business, I should be fine?
Then for the dividend, I would pay regular UK tax rates on those?