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Non-dom reform: not as dead as you think

True, Theresa May’s snap election announcement – which was completely logical and predictable and so caught everyone by surprise – has butchered the said legislation.

Forget what you may have heard,  there's a good chance the government may want to revisit the changes to the non-dom rules after the election. To read more, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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