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Reform of the taxation of non-UK domiciliaries

The 2015 Summer Budget heralded the announcement of fundamental changes to the taxation of non-UK domiciliaries.  The new rules will take effect from April 2017.  

The consultation paper published on 30 September 2015 explains the proposals in greater, but not yet final, detail.  The deadline for responding to the consultation paper is 11 November 2015 and the new legislative provisions are likely to be introduced in Finance Bill 2016 (published in the Spring).

Please download our briefing and the consultation paper to learn more about the proposed changes.

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