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The Treasury has set out two consultation papers, one on reforming the tax system as it applies to non-domiciled residents, and another on its plans for a statutory residence test (SRT).
The Government states that the aim is to encourage individuals to invest in the UK while also ensuring a fair tax contribution.
The consultation provides details on the package of reforms that were announced at Budget 2011, including increasing the existing £30,000 annual charge to £50,000 for non-domiciles who claim the remittance basis in a tax year and who have been UK resident in 12 or more of the 14 years prior to the year of claim; allowing non-domiciles to bring overseas income and capital gains to the UK tax-free for the purpose of commercial investment in UK businesses; and simplifying the way in which some aspects of the current rules work.
A Treasury spokesman said:
“……it is important that skilled individuals and investors are encouraged to come to the UK from abroad and we recognise the fact that non-domiciles can make a valuable contribution to the UK economy. That is why we want to make it easier for them to invest in UK business."
The Treasury is proposing a framework for the SRT. There are to be four areas of consideration: accommodation; family residence; UK employment or self-employment; and a history of past residence.
Lavinia Newman, Founder of ABDS says:
“Both of the consultations close on 9 September 2011, with a summary of responses due to be published in the autumn. We at ABDS will keep you informed.”
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