This site provides comprehensive information about:
- Taxation of foreign domiciliaries
- Taxation of non-residents on UK income and assets
- Taxation of UK residents on foreign income and assets
- Other topics arising in this context, including tax avoidance, and disclosure and compliance
It is the online version of Taxation of Non-Residents and Foreign Domiciliaries by James Kessler QC.
Non-dom policy & avoidance
Domicile & residence
- 3 Domicile
- 11 Exit Taxes
Income Tax: Principles & remittance basis
- 19 Mixed Funds
Income by category
- 22 Performers
- 35 PAYE
IT avoidance codes
Capital Gains Tax
- 59 Sub-Funds
- 66 Unit Trusts
- 82 Partnerships
Concepts & topics affecting more than one tax
Double Taxation Agreements: IHT
- 113 IHT DTA: USA
- 117 Claims
- 120 Penalties
- 125 Money Laundering
Words & Concepts
This site contains the text of the 2021/22 edition of Taxation of Non-Residents and Foreign Domiciliaries. A paper version of the 2021/22 edition is also now available.
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