Britain’s antiquated “non-domicile” rule is a relic from an age of empire. It involves defining a person’s tax residence according, in essence to their tribal affiliation. It’s not the same as nationality or tax residence. As the UK government defines it: “broadly speaking you have your domicile in the country that is your ‘real’ or […]
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