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Rebecca Sheldon (Old Square Tax Chambers) considers the proposals from the Conservative Party that give a broad indication as to how the new regime is intended to operate, and what might be expected if the Labour Party wins the General Election.
Edward Reed and Emma Critchley (Macfarlanes) recap the key private clients announcements in the Spring Budget, and they report some interesting procedural points when challenging HMRC enquiries.
Sophie Dworetzsky and Dominic Lawrance (Charles Russell Speechlys) share their views on the current tax regime for UK resident non-domiciled individuals and what might happen under a Labour government.
Four key factors determine whether investments are suitable for remittance basis users from a UK tax perspective, write Dominic Lawrance and Catrin Harrison (Charles Russell Speechlys).
Or a beginners guide to the non-dom rules for the very wealthy.
Michael Anderson and Styliani Ntoukaki (Joseph Hage Aaronson) explain how the Greek government is seeking to attract wealthy foreigners by introducing a new non-dom regime.

Claire Weeks and Dominic Condé-Cole (Maurice Turnor Gardner) explain why it’s now a very good time to consider de-enveloping in order to mitigate the increasing double tax costs.

Claire Lillie (EY) sets out some proactive planning techniques that can be implemented to reduce the mixed fund burden, and some strategies that can allow for efficient UK remittances of funds to be made where needed.
Andrew Goldstone and Annie Bouch (Mishcon de Reya) provide a round-up of the major tax developments affecting private clients this year.