Uk Tax Advice Online “OVERSEAS & other”


i need information about opening an english one man company and other infomation about taxes etc.

I am an italian psychologist, i work online from home (no employees), i do online counselling. I live in Budapest but still have italian residence. I would like to open an english company. I plan to be much below 82000 pounds per year so i don’t need a Vat number as i understood.
In that case i am not obliged also to give invoice to my clients?
How much percent will be my yearly tax rate?
Do i have to pay also taxes where i have the residence or where i live?
What will be the things that i have to do every year to arrange taxes?

Thank you
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Uk Tax Advice Online “OVERSEAS & other”

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