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A Taxpayer is individual or business that is legally required to pay tax to the government. Tax can be either deducted at source or paid through a tax return.

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A Taxpayer is an individual or business that is required by law to pay Tax in the United Kingdom. This tax is collected by HMRC, and the government uses money from Taxpayers to fund public goods and services like education, healthcare, etc.

Tax can be deducted at source and forwarded to HMRC. An example of this is the PAYE system. Tax can also be paid through a Self Assessment filed by an individual.

A UK Taxpayer is usually a UK tax resident but this is not always the case. For example, an individual that is a resident of a country that does not have a Double Taxation Agreement with the UK can be not a UK tax resident but may be required to pay UK tax on foreign earnings brought into the UK.

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