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Today’s Budget speech included a number of points for private clients. In advance of the detail, the main points are as follows: Personal Allowance to be increased to £9,025 from April 2013 for all. Age Allowance for those over 65 with modest income to be gradually withdrawn...
There has been a certain amount of press coverage in recent days indicating that HMRC will argue someone is UK resident if they work for 10 days here.
Office of Tax Simplification (OST) launched to provide the Government with independent advice on simplifying the UK tax system.
A noble sacrifice? Members of the House of Lords resign their seats to retain their non domiciled tax status
A number of peers have resigned their seats in the House of Lords to retain their non domiciled tax status.
Lisa Spearman, leader of our non-domiciliary focus group has been featured in today's edition of 'Taxation' magazine.