New tax rules likely to affect 'tens of thousands'

HMRC is pressing on with reforms to the taxation of non-doms despite objections by private client lawyers and expectations that the proposals would be put on the back burner in the wake of the Brexit vote.

In an earlier consultation last year, HMRC proposed to bring non-doms within the UK tax system two years earlier than at present. Under the proposal, a foreign national who has been resident in the UK for more than 15 - rather than 17 - out of ...

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