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Q: My client, who is the managing director and controlling shareholder of a group of UK incorporated property holding companies, is about to leave the UK to take up permanent residence abroad. It is likely that future board meetings will take place outside the UK. What are the UK tax consequences if the companies are considered to be tax resident in more than one country?

The answer to this question was provided by Jackie Wheaton, Senior manager, Moore Stephens.

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