HM Revenue & Customs appears to be
cracking down on non-domiciled people living in the UK after adding extra
questions to the coming year’s tax returns, according to the The
When completing tax returns this year, foreign residents filling in a
self-assessment tax return will for the
first time be asked to declare on what date they changed their domicile. They
will also have to confirm if they have ever been domiciled in the UK as well as
stating the date on which they came to live in the UK.
Before these questions were introduced non-domiciled people simply had to
confirm that this was their status.
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