Advising non-doms after the Summer Budget clampdown

Advising non-doms after the Summer Budget clampdown


John Goodchild explains the tax position of non-dom clients, and their families, after the Chancellor's Summer Budget crackdown

The Budget on 8 July announced a raft of provisions designed to increase the tax paid to the Exchequer by non-domiciled individuals (non-doms) and their families. Significant changes will be mad...

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