Non-domiciled residents' contributions to the UK Exchequer have been defended after Labour leader Ed Miliband confirmed his party would abolish the 'non-dom' tax status if it came to power following next month's general election.
Law firm Pinsent Masons said 'non-doms', as well as paying almost £6.2bn in income tax in 2012-2013 and £223m in the remittance based charge, also have a positive impact on the UK economy because of their...
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