Tax Talk with Brian Keegan

Britain’s departure date from the EU coincided with the end of its tax and financial year. Now with a budget in sight, the British need more nuanced policy decisions

5th November, 2017

L ast week I found myself at a reception organised for South African accountants working in London. About 60 attendees heard about new South African tax rules which would cost their expatriates a lot of money; new rules which parallel the arrangements in place here that stop people avoiding Irish tax liabilities simply by leaving the country. Almost all of the people I met were working in financial services in the city of London. And...

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