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Premier Pod podcast: Three top takeaways from the Spring Budget

The government’s Spring Budget included pretty major reforms for those with ‘non-dom’ status – people who live in the UK but consider their permanent home to be abroad.

In our latest Premier Pod podcast, Coutts Wealth Planning Specialist Irene Wolstenholme explains the current difficulties with non-dom status, and the government’s proposals to remove domicile from the tax system. “Domicile is not so much a case of where you are physically, it’s more a case of where your ‘heart’ is,” she tells us.

Irene also discusses the changes impacting owners of second homes and what to expect from the proposed UK ISA.

Hear what the recent Budget could mean for you

Irene and Sarah discuss what the recent Budget might mean for non-doms, second homeowners and those looking to invest.

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