Lisa Spearman features in Accountancy – Non Dom tax changes
The latest Treasury consultation on proposed reforms for tax rules for non-domiciled individuals has provided a direction of travel which will affect the way in which non doms organise their tax affairs and behaviour and also, importantly, the factors advisers will need to have in mind when advising affected clients. Lisa Spearman, Private Client Partner at Mercer & Hole advises that professionals need to act swiftly for their clients. To read Lisa’s article in full please click here.
Date: 20th January, 2016
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