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‘Non-doms’: keeping the baby, losing the bathwater

Matthew Bishop

Non-domiciled tax status is not intrinsically illegitimate; the problem is its abuse by wealthy long-term British residents and citizens whose foreign domicile is spurious I have a dirty secret: I’m a non-dom!  As a British citizen, the UK remains my ‘domicile’ – essentially my permanent residence – even though I’m tax-resident in Trinidad where I currently live and work. For … Continue reading

14 April 2015 by
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