Residence, ordinary residence and domicile: definitions and UK tax implications for individuals

This note contains links to practice notes covering: the meaning of "residence" and "ordinary residence" in the context of UK taxation; the meaning of "domicile" and the UK tax implications for individuals of these concepts.


 

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