EU nationals aren’t waiting until June to plan for life post-Brexit
Up until now, few EU nationals have bothered applying for UK citizenship.
To do so, you must have lived in the UK permanently for six years, pay £1,000 per application and pass the Life in the UK test. To read more on why Pre-Referendum uncertainty is seeing many UK based Europeans take up citizenship, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.
Related in brief posts
The proposed stamp duty surcharge might pose more problems for foreign investors.
HMRC has launched a consultation on a review of the government's principles for taxing trusts. Fiona Poole examines the review in more detail.
In a bid for ever-increasing transparency, the UK government intends to continue the trend with the introduction of a further beneficial ownership register.