International Aspects

Tax planning for individuals not domiciled in the UK is a particularly complex area of tax law.

The 2008 Budget saw the introduction of new rules for such individuals, which means that non-domiciled taxpayers must now choose whether to pay a charge of £30,000 or pay tax on their foreign income and gains not remitted to the UK.

Seeking professional advice in this area is essential. With our specialist expertise, we can advise on all aspects on international personal tax, including whether you are liable to pay the £30,000 levy, and help you to the decide on the best course of action to suit your individual circumstances.