Offshore trusts ring-fenced from non-dom clampdown

Non-dom rules to change in 2017

Natalie Kenway
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Offshore trusts will be excluded from the Treasury's plans to crack down on non-domiciled individuals, according to the government's latest proposals.

In the Summer Budget, Chancellor George Osborne (pictured) said a non-dom living in Britain for 15 of the past 20 years would subject to UK taxation on any income or capital gains made overseas. However,...

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