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The pain of gain: non-doms’ taxed foreign gains

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The arising basis now presents ‘new’ deemed domiciled taxpayers with a good reason to use their foreign gains in the UK: the gains are taxed anyway, so may as well be put to use (not least in paying the associated taxes). However, practitioners have hit trouble when advising how taxpayers can do this.
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