TaxCorporate TaxEXCLUSIVE: 100% of non-doms to leave

EXCLUSIVE: 100% of non-doms to leave

It’s getting to the stage where I’m so fed up of non-dom whinging, I might leave the country myself.

Mike Truman has, as ever, an excellent piece on the subject in Taxation this week. In it he talks about the constant moaning of the super-rich about their tax rates, and concludes with the memorable line:

Some non-domiciles have expressed the fear that this may just be the start of
a process which will lead to a removal of all their tax privileges; all I can
say is that I hope their fears are realised.

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