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non-dom

adjective [before noun]
 
 
TAX
abbrevation for non-domiciled: relating to the position of a person who lives in a country but does not have to pay tax there on money they have earned outside the country: The Treasury says there are about 116,000 residents with non-dom status. He called for a non-dom levy of £25,000 a year on those who live in this country but do not pay full taxes.
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