The tax rules on domicile are complicated, whether you are a UK resident but also non- UK domiciled, or if you currently have a UK domicile but are looking to change it and become ‘non -UK domiciled’.
In certain circumstances a change of domicile can bring tax benefits. However careful consideration needs to be given to the tax treatment resulting from such a change.
Here’s how we can guide you through the domicile maze.
If you are non-UK Domiciled but residing in the UK you need to consider the following areas
If you have a UK Domicile and wish to become non-UK Domiciled you need to consider the following areas:
Our experts can provide advice to help you to mitigate your tax liability; establish domicile status; and avoid potential tax related pitfalls when arriving in, or departing the UK. Please contact Paul Hogarth for further advice.
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