Unremitting choice for non-doms

June 2009
Money Marketing;6/18/2009, p50
The article examines the implications of the new non-domicile tax regime in Great Britain. It explores the impact of its introduction on the financial sector and for the individuals who have been subjected to the remittance charge. Furthermore, measures to be taken to achieve tax planning affectivity in the country are discussed.


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