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George Osborne should get the non-doms onside in this Autumn Statement

While the Autumn Statement is normally a time for reviewing the economy's performance, in recent years it has increasingly become an opportunity for rabbit-out-of-the-hat policy announcements.

Remember last year's wholesale rewrite of the Stamp Duty Land Tax rules? To read more on why Arabella Murphy thinks The Chancellor should simplify the rules so non-doms are treated as potential investors rather than potential tax avoiders, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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