Moving from the UK to a prescribed territory
According to the Savings Directive, "If a UK individual changes address to a prescribed territory you will need to report on the basis of the new address. This may mean you need to obtain additional information and/or update your system.
For example, a UK paying agent pays savings income to an individual who lives in the UK. This is not reportable under the scheme. He has a contractual relationship made on or after 1 January 2004 with the individual.
If the payee moves to Spain, they will become reportable and the paying agent will need to update his records to fulfill his obligations under the scheme. Since he has a relationship which began on or after 1 January 2004 with the individual, he will also need to verify the name and address in addition to obtaining and verifying the TIN or the date and place of birth.
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