nondomiciled

nondomiciled

(nɒnˈdɒmɪˌsaɪld)
adj
of, relating to, or denoting a person who is not domiciled in his or her country of origin
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In 2002, the MTC created a uniform proposed law that states could adopt, as is or with modifications, to provide bright-line standards for when a nondomiciled business entity has nexus for business activity taxes in a state.
But the corporate income tax rate for nondomiciled entities remains at the thirty percent level.
The 116,000 nondomiciled residents still pay UK tax on money they bring in and on anything they earn here.
PESHAWAR -- The intending candidates of Pakistan TehrikeInsaf of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have decided to strongly oppose award of party tickets to nondomiciled candidates for the upcoming Senate Election likely to be held in March next year.
Basic rate taxpayers will continue to pay capital gains tax at 18 per cent with the rate increasing to 28 per cent for higher rate taxpayers, trustees and nondomiciled individuals paying the pounds 30,000 remittance basis charge.
There's also been the revelation that Lord Ashcroft, the Tories' deputy chairman, is nondomiciled for tax purposes.
The companies almost all have Lloyd's operations, although Britain has recently made itself something of a "no-go" area for foreign nationals by taxing nondomiciled workers, a move seen likely to inflict great damage on London's financial markets.
While any attempt to encourage an entrepreneurial culture is welcome, Mr Darling also failed to address the fact that many entrepreneurs currently in the UK are also nondomiciled, so his failure to back down on the proposed pounds 30,000 fee will do nothing to encourage them to build their businesses in the UK.
For more specifics on the regulation of nondomiciled insurance companies in the EU, see Campbell, Goldberg, and Rai (2003).
Lord Ashcroft, who has given millions of pounds to bankroll Tory campaigning in marginal seats, confirmed he was nondomiciled for tax purposes after years of speculation.
It is the latest controversy to hit Goldsmith, the Tory candidate for Richmond Park in south west London, who last year was revealed to be nondomiciled for tax purposes.
If the consultation exercise is bogus, then this has all the hallmarks of another tax fiasco, along the lines of the anti-income-shifting rules, the nil-rate tax band for companies and the allegedly offsettable pounds 30,000 levy on nondomiciled individuals.