Non-dom reforms could cost the UK £545m in tax revenue; Mark Davies comments in ePrivate Client

New reforms set to overhaul the taxation of non-doms from April 2017 could cost the UK as much as £545 million in tax revenue, new research from the Freedom of Information Act has suggested. The proposals, first laid out by former Chancellor George Osborne in July 2015, were designed to make non-doms pay their fair…