HMRC Gains-Cooper Decision - Repercussions Factsheet

A £30m bad day for Mr Gaines-Cooper also has implications for those individuals who also claim, or have historically claimed to be, non UK resident on the same basis.

Robert Gaines-Cooper, on 19 October 2011, lost his long-running battle with HMRC over his tax residence status. The Supreme Court found in favour of HMRC and upheld the Court of Appeal’s decision that Gaines-Cooper was UK tax resident between 1993/94 and 2003/2004.

Gaines-Cooper has commented on his disappointment in the decision and intends to seek advice on referring his case to the European Court.

The impact for Gaines-Cooper personally is clear. However, there are much wider implications for those individuals who also claim, or have historically claimed to be, non UK resident on the same basis.

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