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Offline Rennhack

UK Per Diem
« on: Jul 08, 2006, 03:47 »
For all of you thinking about going to the UK, they had better give you some serious Per Diem, below are the Federal Rates for over there.  The Dollar is very weak against the Pound.


LodgingM&IETotalEffective
UNITEDKINGDOM3071734806/1/2006
London2901534436/1/2006
Belfast2421073496/1/2006
Birmingham2891374266/1/2006
Bristol2511243756/1/2006
Cardiff, Wales2711103816/1/2006
Caversham3071734806/1/2006
Crawley2811344156/1/2006
Edinburgh2391233626/1/2006
Gatwick2421283706/1/2006
Glasgow153932466/1/2006
Harrogate1521182706/1/2006
HighWycombe3071734806/1/2006
Horley2141273416/1/2006
Liverpool2511423936/1/2006
Manchester153932466/1/2006
MenwithHill2191133326/1/2006
Oxford1921133056/1/2006
Portsmouth2711103816/1/2006
Reading1921133056/1/2006

Offline Rennhack


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Re: UK Per Diem
« Reply #2 on: Apr 03, 2010, 11:56 »
Generally the UK companies do not pay per diem as in the USA, but rather weekly you can claim against you taxes for accomodation, meals etc. Most of the places you can share a house for at least 100 to 125 pounds per week. One place the accomodation was very expensive so the company subsidised the accomodation, and only ended up paying about 100 pounds per week, just for accomodation i.e a room in a house to share.

 


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