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Offline Reggie  
#1 Posted : 05 January 2015 13:17:20(UTC)

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In his autumn Statement George Osborne announced that the Government is to consult on the removal of the tax free for non resident individuals.

Personal allowance for non-residents
The government is going to consult further on restricting the entitlement of non-residents to the UK personal allowance. No changes will be made before April 2017.

Link to non residents restrictions consultation

The cosultation closed on 9 October 2014.

As of today the latest update is "We are analysing your feedback

Visit this page again soon to download the outcome to this public feedback."

If anyone see the outcome of the consultation before I do cold they post the link (and possible a brief summary?) here as it would be very useful me thinks.

With the CGT on non residents new rules coming from 5 April 2015 and increased "remittance charge" for non doms it is all change as far as res and domicile is concerned.

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