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Osborne plans non-dom crackdown in the budget

Head of the Private Wealth group, Arabella Murphy was quoted in today's Financial Times regarding possible changes to the taxation of non-domiciliaries.

She doubts whether even radical reforms to the" non-dom" rules would raise or lose a lot of money: “Either way it is not going to make a big difference to the bottom line.”  For those who subscribe to the FT, click here to read the article in full.

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