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All hail the abolition of the ‘non-doms’

12 March 2024

8:39 PM

12 March 2024

8:39 PM

One of the agreeable surprises in the Spring Budget was Jeremy Hunt’s late conversion to the idea of abolishing ‘non-dom’ status. ‘Those with the broadest shoulders,’ he said, ‘should pay their fair share.’

The non-dom loophole, where you can live here but not pay UK taxes on your overseas earnings, has long been a bugbear of the narrow-shouldered in general, and the chip-shouldered in particular.

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