The government has announced a levy of £30,000 on non-doms who have stayed in
the UK for more than seven years.
Despite rubbishing the Tories’ plan to introduce a £25,000 levy last week,
government PBR documents revealed the almost identical levy to be intriduced by
chancellor Alistair Darling.
‘UK residents who are non-domiciled, who currently pay £4bn in UK tax on UK
earnings, will now also have to pay an annual charge of £30,000 to ensure
that they contribute in respect of the foreign income and gains which they
keep abroad and on which they do not pay UK tax,’ government documents say.
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UK-based non-doms have paid ten times more tax than the average taxpayer, raising concerns over the Brexit impact on non-dom contributions and therefore, the economy