Residency status for relief at source API
|Available in Sandbox||Yes|
|Sandbox base URL||https://test-api.service.hmrc.gov.uk|
|Available in Production||Yes|
|Production base URL||https://api.service.hmrc.gov.uk|
Check if an pension scheme member is a resident in Scotland for tax purposes. If you’re a pension scheme administrator, you need to know this to make the correct relief at source claims.
Before you start
You’ll need the pension scheme member’s name, date of birth and National Insurance number.
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