UK resident with clients in the US. What the best setup for a dual citizen?

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Do you think I would even have to live in DR for the 182 days to be considered tax resident in the DR? I'm a DR citizen and there is a tax treaty between DR and Spain that says I am resident wherever I have my vital interests and permanent home. I have property and all my family in the DR, while I have nothing in Spain, not even a bank account.

The only thing that ties me to Spain, in this case, is that I'm living a nomadic life (spending 0 days in Spain, and a month in DR) using my Spanish passport. I also have a Spanish pre-paid phone that I only use for WhatsApp and top up every month.

Thoughts?
No, wherever you want so long as you don’t receive any money from the DR then you are not liable for tax.
 

saintjohnny

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No, wherever you want so long as you don’t receive any money from the DR then you are not liable for tax.
Thanks for your reply...

The DR part is clear. I'm not liable for tax there as long as my income is from abroad. The problem is (or isn't) that I am not planning to stay there enough, that is 182 days each year, to become an official "tax resident" and be eligible for a tax certificate.

Could Spain, in theory, give me a nudge and ask me where I've been paying tax?

Or it would be as simple as proving my vital interests are in DR... even though I have not lived there for 182 days... as I've been traveling (not triggering tax residency in any other country, of course) and my income is foreign thus I'm not liable to pay tax anywhere?

There is a tax treaty between Spain and DR, by the way. According to it, I'm a resident where my vital interests are.
 

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