Islands in the sun
With the recent introduction of the 50% tax rate, Guernsey has already welcomed a number of high-profile new residents and the trend is expected to continue throughout 2010 and beyond. While HMRC and the likes of Terra Firma's Guy Hands have ensured that the island has received many more column inches of late, there's no doubt that Guernsey is proving to be an attractive alternative to the UK's gloomy economic climate and the increasing strain on taxpayers' wallets.
Golden sandy beaches, a warm climate and a flat tax of 20%… and it’s just off the UK coast. Gareth Bell describes the benefits of life and work in Guernsey
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