Planning for UK resident non-domiciles has become far more complex and it is now necessary to review their status annually. This has opened up opportunities for advisers, explains David Truman, partner at Menzies
A non-domicile (non-dom) may claim to be a remittance basis user, and avoid the arising basis, if they are within one of the following categories in any year: 1. They pay the remittance basis charge...
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