These are my links for February 13th:
- TUC on domicile: Bloomberg - TUC says 'go all the way: abolish it". Quite right too.
- Ignore the non-dom myths | This is Money - I suggest the CBI chieftains, Lord Digby Jones and all the other opponents of the non-dom tax, buy themselves a cold compress and cool down. London's leadership as a financial centre is not endangered.
- City urges delay non-dom tax reform - Accountancy Age - If it was the price of getting domicile abolished I'd agree. Otherwise, forget it.
- India will soon have its own PricewaterhouseCoopers - Accountancy Age - That's not a cause for celebration
- Deloitte takes over Standard Chartered SIV - Accountancy Age - I guess someone had to let one go to prove they were really off balance sheet. One SIV makes no more of a summer than one swallow
- Greek shipping heads to flee UK over non-dom tax - Accountancy Age - It was ever thus - the Greek ship owner story has been run out ever since people have questioned domicile. Fact is, not one of them registers their ships here anyway. So what is the loss?
- Tycoon threatens to quit UK in non-dom furore - Accountancy Age - Bye
- FT.com / Columnists / John Kay - Bankers, like gangs, just get carried away - Anthropology of the sub-prime crisis. Worth reading.