TaxCorporate TaxAdvisers fear dark side of non-dom rules review

Advisers fear dark side of non-dom rules review

Coalition review of non-doms could hit the economy

Further uncertainty about non-dom tax rules could push foreign businesspeople
and investors away, warn advisers.

With the coalition looking to review the current non-dom rules, advisers said
that further changes would deter foreign investment.

KPMG tax partner David Kilshaw told the
FT
that he hoped the review would amend the less workable aspect of the rules but
feared the damage that could be done if non-doms were attacked.

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