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Foreign Pension Income

Kay999Kay999 Registered Posts: 1
Hello - I have a client who has a small pension in Canada. I have read an article that quoting that you don’t pay UK tax on your foreign income or gains if you don’t bring them into the UK, for example, you don’t transfer them to a UK bank account and keep them in your (in this case Canadian) bank account.
Can anyone confirm this? He is British and resident in the UK. I can't see that it is unremittable income. Should this be included in his return and be taxable as it is part of his worldwide income?

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