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28th Mar 2019
I use this for our personal accounts and investments. It has a similar look to Quicken. Have used for a number of years and find it very good.
12th Feb 2018
I have clients in an identical position and I am struggling with lack of guidance on this issue. For now the clients are happy to wait and see what evolves over the next few years. They do not want to pay for specialist advice that will tell them that the position is unclear.
There are further complications as the non-dom is intending to be the biological father of the next surrogate child.
Ref the US point, the child does have US reporting obligations until they are no longer a US citizen. They can renounce citizenship from (I think) 16 if they can convince a consular official they are doing so of their own free will, otherwise it is age 18.