Many people, need to keep a record of the time they spend in different locations. TrackingDays does this automatically, keeping track of your days and nights, wherever you are in the world.
TrackingDays takes the hassle out of day and night tracking, giving Expats and Non-Residents one less thing to think about.
"TrackingDays significantly reduces the headache of keeping track of your days and does so effortlessly."
Global Expats and Non-residents who need to keep a record of the days they spend in different countries
Frequent travellers with regular visits to the EU Schengen Travel Area
Overseas home owners looking to avoid ‘accidentally’ becoming a tax resident in another country
International Companies that need to account for the worldwide location of their employees and track visa stays
TrackingDays is the perfect tool for individuals ‘counting days’ or ‘nights’ to establish their country of residence. Its flexible framework has been designed by expats to work in all countries where day counting is a requirement. Some countires count day visits, no matter how short, others count your location at midnight each night. What ever your day counting need, TrackingDays and "TrackingStates” have you covered.
UK Expats - find it extremely useful counting nights for the "Statutory Residence Test" (SRT).
US expats - can use the "Non USA Days” feature count days in and outside of the USA, for the "Physical Presence Test”.
Canadian Snowbirds and Non US Citizens use TrackingDays to count days for the "Substantial Presence Test”.
"Counting UK nights is the key factor in establishing residence for the UK's Significant Ties Test.”
TrackingDays now tracks combined time spent in EU countries. Non-EU residents (including UK citizens post Brexit), are limited with the time they can spend in the EU, or more specifically the Schengen Travel Area. Non-Schengen residents are only allowed to spend 90 days in a rolling 180 days in the Schengen Travel Area.
TrackingDays advantages include:
"I travel from the UK to the EU regularly for work. After Brexit, TrackingDays gives me peace of mind that I won't over stay my 90 days."
Users can set and adjust date ranges, allowing them to recall their country locations on any given day, week, month or a full tax year.
View each country by trip, with entry and exit dates and times. Export individual countries or all of your travel.
All movements are conveniently split into trips in the Timeline summary page.
Add back days from before you downloaded TrackingDays, for example if you started using the App half way through a tax year.
Edit trips to Transit, or amend your travel record as required.
Movement locations are pinned for each trip and can be viewed later, by adjusting dates and times as you need.
Your data is are stored on your phone and backed up to your own Cloud account. You can export your days buy country or all together.
TrackingDays counts UK nights, a night is your location at midnight.
The UK Statutory Residence Test (SRT) was introduced in April 2013 to clarify UK residency.
The UK system asks 6 key questions to establish residence. There are three Automatic Overseas tests and three Automatic UK tests. If these tests are not conclusive, the SRT then considers your connections with the UK (‘Sufficient Ties’).
The Sufficient Ties test counts the number of ‘ties’ you have with the UK and allocates an allowable number of days in the UK. Ties include:
To become an Expat, US citizens must meet the Physical Presence Test.
“Generally to meet the physical presence test, you must be physically present in a foreign country or countries for at least 330 days during a 12 month period. You can count days you spend abroad for any reason… A Full Day is a period of 24 consecutive hours, beginning at midnight.”
TrackingDays includes a Non USA Days feature that tracks full days, midnight to midnight spent outside of the USA.
TrackingDays flexibilty can help you count your US days for the complicated Substantial Presence Test formula, over a period of 3 years.
Foreigners who own property in the USA or simply enjoy spending their vacation or retirement time in the US also need to keep a close eye on the number of days they spend there.
The IRS uses it’s Substantial Presence Test to calculate if a person is a U.S. resident for Tax Purposes.
TrackingDays has been downloaded in over 60 countries worldwide and is trusted to keep track of internatinal movements all over the globe.
China, India, Hong Kong, Ireland, South Africa, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia and many more countries all use ‘day counting’ as a key component in establishing residency.
If you are an Expat residing in one of these countries, or you travel regulalry with visa requirements, you may need to count your days. TrackingDays has been specifically designed for you.