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“Switch to working from home could cost the Treasury £32 BILLION a year”

From The Daily Mail: The Treasury could lose £32billion a year due to high-earners moving abroad as people begin to shift from working at the office to working from home, a study claims. Highly-paid workers who live abroad will pay their income tax in their country of residence rather than to HMRC. It may reduce the public purse by a sixth, adding to the economic crisis facing the UK, legal experts...

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Taxes Compared

The distinction between ‘local’ and ‘national’ services is highly artificial, to all intents and purposes, the UK has one single national tax-raising system; even supposed ‘local’ taxes like Council Tax or Business Rates are dictated by UK-wide rules (these are diverging slightly for Wales and Scotland, Northern Ireland retained Domestic Rates and does not use...

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