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Jun 3, 2008, 17:24 PM
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Post date : Jun 3, 2008, 17:24 PM
Just got in under the wire with this one, but I tried to continue the nautical theme.
I see that today is the 51st anniversary of the return of Noel Coward to the UK on 3 June 1957.

It’s a pity we missed the fiftieth anniversary dear chums. We could have laid on a celebratory tea at the Ritz.
On returning from the West Indies, Mr Coward stated that he was ‘disgusted, but entirely unworried’ by talk of him being a tax exile.

What today's HMRC would make of a taxpayer's refusal to discuss their tax affairs at an interview by quoting Coward's view that discussion of money is 'rather vulgar' remains to be seen, but we would be interested in hearing from any practitioner who has tried this.
Exiles, non-domiciles, late files, tax deductible miles, lots of wiles.

They’re all at, if you click here.
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