Finance Minister, an independent adviser to the British government (Finance Minister) Sage Sunak has been acquitted by his wife in a tax case. Along with this, Sunak was given a permanent resident green card in the United States (Green Card)He has also been acquitted in the case. Sunk, of Indian descent, himself asked Lord Christopher Gide to investigate the allegations against him. Sunak’s wife is accused of taxing his salary in Britain under his legal non-domicile status. (Tax) Not paid. Let me tell you, Sunak was also accused of holding a green card for two years after joining the UK cabinet.
The finance minister was acquitted of all charges
The British government’s moral adviser said on Wednesday that it had investigated Sunak’s family tax matters and found that Finance Minister Rishi Sunak had not violated the policy rules set for ministers. The finance minister himself asked Christopher Gide, an adviser to the ethics committee, to examine his finances based on the standards for ministers. Gideon wrote, “I want the Ethics Code for Ministers (Ethics Code) The chancellor was asked to investigate. I found out in the investigation that they have fulfilled all the responsibilities properly.
What was the whole matter?
Gide also said there was no conflict of interest with Sage Sunak being a resident green card holder with permanent US citizenship, as he had already given it up. Sunk wrote a letter to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson requesting that he review the asset and interest declarations made when he became minister in 2018.
There were reports that Sunak’s wealthy Indian wife was in Britain (British)) They have benefited a lot from non-domicile tax status. Which caused a political upheaval in Britain. Allegedly, his wife was evading taxes on her earnings abroad when the tax burden on people in Britain was increasing.
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