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CIOT draws attention to hidden penalty in new tax rules

The Chartered Institute of Taxation has highlighted the fact that a Private Members’ Bill (Disqualification from Parliament (Taxation Status) Bill) has been tabled in Parliament which proposes that those electing for the non-domiciled remittance basis of taxation will be disqualified from acting as an MP or Member of the House of Lords.

 

 

Date: 10th December, 2007
Author: Lisa Spearman

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