Residence, ordinary residence and domicile: UK tax implications

This practice note sets out the UK tax implications of residence, ordinary residence and domicile for individuals.

We are updating this resource in the light of the further consultation document on reforms to the taxation of non-UK domiciled individuals published by HMRC on 18 August. To follow progress of this development see Private client tax legislation tracker 2015-16: Permanent non domiciled tax status abolished, IHT: UK Property owned indirectly, Remittance basis: de minimis exemption, Remittance basis: business investment relief.


 

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