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Old 22.04.2020, 10:50
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Not necessarily. And not if they need emergency / intensive care. That's the universal free NHS.

They can afford the really good lawyers and tax advisors... plus if it's inherited moolah, the offspring didn't pay anything, it's just always been paid for them. They'd have to do something to contribute to society in order to have personally paid in.
As UK residents they will be liable to UK income tax on worldwide income & gains, trust fund kids receive their income as income that is fully taxable.

You are again talking in an authoritative manner without having any real idea of how the UK tax system works.
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