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HMRC determined to pluck the non-doms' tax goose

Back in 2002, HMRC began its operation to overhaul the generous system of taxation of those who are resident but not domiciled in the UK. The first major review of the UK's residence and domicile rules was announced by the chancellor of the Exchequer in that year's budget.

To read more about the changes go to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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