UK Tax Questions? Ask a UK Tax Advisor for answers ASAP
Thanks for your question - I am Sam and I am one of the Uk tax experts here on Just Answer.
If you are UK born and bred and have spent time in the UK thereby being treated as resident for 2009/2010 through to 2013/2014 then you cannot claim remittance basis, this is reserved solely for those that are not UK born and those that do not plan to stay in the UK
So can you first clarify that you are not of UK citizenship - before I proceed further
If you are a UK passport holder, then you must have applied for UK citizenship, and from that date you cannot claim remittance as this is reserved for true ongoing non domicile individuals - so may I ask from when you became eligible for UK passport?
Then I am afraid you should be treated as a UK resident for UK tax purposes and can only have your UK tax considered on the arising basis - and have no claim to the remittance basis. So for any of those years that you claimed remittance - you need to amend these self assessment tax returns and make a worldwide income declaration and pay any back tax due.
AS old colonial jurisdictions see you treated as under British sovereignty
This being the case - then mutes your original question as you are resident for Uk tax porposes UNLESS you are physically NOT resident due to not spending more than 91 days in the Uk in any one tax year.
Thanks for your response
Please do let me know if I can assist further.