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More reason to celebrate the Royal Wedding

As the nation prepares to celebrate the wedding of its new favourite couple, Harry and Meghan, we will try not to ruin the romance too far with rather more mundane considerations of immigration and taxation of US nationals.

There are many advantages to a union, romantic and, as always financial, but here we set out a few of the more ‘practical’ implications and tips, writes Anna Gaston.

To read more, go to Spear's Wealth Management magazine.

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