Daily Wealth Letter from The Wealth Forums 13 Sept. 2016

Reports — By on September 13, 2016 at 1:12 PM
Ian Brodie

Ian Brodie

Daily Wealth letter

a daily synopsis of the wealth news that’s most relevant, timely and dependable

Compiled and edited by Ian Brodie of The Wealth Forums (www.thewealthforums.com)


‘Dont scrap non-doms’

The UK government is risking more than £6 billion of tax revenue by changing rules governing non-domiciled taxpayers, an international law firm has warned. Pinsent Masons said that proposals to scrap non-dom tax status for people living in the UK long-term, due to come into force in April 2017, could prompt many wealthy residents to leave.  READ MORE: http://thewealthforums.com/2016/09/13/dont-scrap-non-doms/

Family offices cut hedge funds

Family offices, which manage the money of wealthy clans, are growing wary of hedge funds.  READ MORE: http://thewealthforums.com/2016/09/13/family-offices-cut-hedge-funds/

Boston attracts more Chinese

Thanks to its famed higher education institutions, Boston attracts thousands of international college students – and a fair number of luxury buyers – each year. And, increasingly, students from China are parking their cash in Boston.  READ MORE: http://thewealthforums.com/2016/09/13/boston-attracts-chinese/

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