If you are a non-dom your tax affairs are likely to be complex. That complexity brings both threats and opportunities.

We work with people who have come to work temporarily in the UK. These people are typically based in London and the South East but could be anywhere in the UK. Many will work in financial services, although we have clients across a wide range of sectors.

We work with non-doms to ensure that they do not fall foul of regulations and that they meet their obligations. We’ll also work hard to ensure that taxes are minimised.

How do we help?

  • We will help you understand UK residency laws and how the effect you
  • We will help you understand your UK tax return filing obligations and ensure they are completed accurately and on time
  • We will help you understand the interaction between your UK and worldwide income and taxes
  • We will help you keep income and capital gains separate, and ensure you do not necessarily remit money to the UK that would create a tax liability
  • We will develop tax mitigation strategies allowing you to keep more of your income
  • Advise on any applicable reliefs should you invest in the UK

We have vast knowledge and experience working with non-doms. We will help you navigate the complexity, threats and opportunities bought about by your non-dom status.

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Related case study

Case Study 4: Knowing your US tax filing requirements
Adviser name: Adam Lamb

Case Study 4: Knowing your US tax filing requirements

This case study shows how being an “Accidental American” still means you you have tax filing requirements in the US.

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What our clients say

As an American residing in London, I have complex tax requirements having to file both in the USA along with the UK.

Satis Tax has not only undertaken this massive assignment with rigour, but more importantly, it has been the very personal engagement and insightful counselling that has shaped the relationship beyond the professional requirement. Their work undertaken has been flawless in its execution. Without hesitation I would recommend their services to all those that require a level of professionalism that goes beyond a remit.

Carol
London

Ross Badger, and now his team at Satis Tax, has been handling my US and UK tax affairs for almost 25 years. Aside from the high quality of the firm’s work and its tireless effort to ensure that tax planning in both jurisdictions is as efficient as permissible, what I have particularly liked is the unstinting personal service that Ross and his colleagues provide. But, perhaps, the best indication of my satisfaction with Satis’ work is the numerous clients I have referred to the firm all of whom have been equally happy with their experience.

Bob
London

Although tax time is no fun for most people Satis Tax makes it easy and painless. Their knowledge of both US and UK tax requirements along with their quick response to queries has enabled me to spend more time on other pressing issues.

Rita
Phoenix, AZ

One or more of the Satis Tax principals has been handling my personal taxes, both US and UK, for over 35 years. That fact speaks for itself. Several aspects of Satis' work impress me: 1) Thorough understanding of both the UK and USA tax systems; 2) Attention to detail; 3) A conservative approach combined with an appreciation that for the client "every dollar/pound matters" when it comes to limiting one's tax liabilities.

Mat
Montana

Having decided to emigrate to the U.S., I was completely unprepared for how complex the interaction between the UK and US tax systems would be. From initial tax planning advice prior to emigrating, several subsequent complex business transactions, to filing both our UK and US annual returns, I’ve always felt assured that Satis have a complete understanding of the complexities of the tax regulations. This has freed us from the worry of tax compliance in both countries. Over and above keeping us complaint, they have been an invaluable sounding board when we have found ourselves facing personal decisions that have had tax consequences through the years we have been living in the US.

Rob
Florida