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Budget predictions for non-doms

What might reforms to the non-dom rules look like?

George Osborne has been robust in his defence of the remittance basis regime claiming in the general election campaign that abolishing ‘non-dom status altogether … would cost our country hundreds of millions of pounds in lost tax revenues and lost investment’. However leaving the regime in its current form does not seem to be in the Conservatives’ plans either. So the remittance basis charge which was increased to a maximum of £90 000 in the April Budget looks likely to increase further. The proposal to allow non-doms to elect for the remittance basis only on a triannual basis also looks likely to proceed. Will there though be a more far reaching reform of the non-domicile regime? 
How might domicile be changed? Perhaps the first point to make is that it...

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