Increased property taxes hit non-doms where it hurts



Increases in property tax are set to remain on the agenda for international advisers and their clients for some time, writes Deborah Benn.

Hitting taxpayers where it hurts never wins many votes. So it comes as no surprise to see that capital-strapped governments around the world are looking at ways of raising taxes that won't come entirely...

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