Would you like to know about the non-domiciled rules for individuals who have been in the UK long term? Or how the rules affect you personally?
The UK offers reduced income tax for special types of individuals like “non-domiciled people” (non-doms) who claim to be residents in the UK but not “domiciled” or living in the UK. Most migrant workers (including those from within the EEA) would classify as non-doms. However, since the non-domiciled tax exemption applies only to income sourced from outside of the UK, the majority of people making use of the non-domiciled tax reduction are wealthy individuals with substantial income from outside of the UK (e.g. from foreign savings). myOE can help you understand how these special tax rules affect you.
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