TaxCorporate TaxRichard Murphy is the non-dom tax expert

Richard Murphy is the non-dom tax expert

Unless you’re thoroughly bored of the non-dom row by now (and I’m getting increasingly convinced that reasers of this blog would rather I changed the record), you’ll find this interesting.

It turns out Richard Murphy is the tax expert who told The Observer about the surge in non-dom claimants. He explains his reasoning here, and I won’t add my thoughts to it except to say that I think there are more questions for the government on this issue than there are for the Tories.

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