Guide to the Tax Treatment of Specialist Occupations

Guide to the Tax Treatment of Specialist Occupations

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This title focuses on the special tax treatment of a wide range of occupations in a clear and succinct format. This practical guide helps readers to service their existing client base, reminding them of any special rules that may be applicable and helps them to understand how to deal with new clients and be aware of the relevant issues. Occupations covered include: actors and sportspeople; builders and subcontractors; farmers; medical practitioners; ministers of religion; and writers and artists. This edition has a specialised chapter on Lorry Drivers and also contains valuable reference material that complements the main narrative, including: deductions available to employees in certain occupations; early retirement ages for certain occupational pensions schemes; and special rules for payment of National Insurance Contributions. This book is an essential resource for practitioners wanting to give their clients the advice that is relevant to their professions.show more

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  • Paperback | 243 pages
  • 153 x 230mm
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • Lexisnexis UK
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 075451630X
  • 9780754516309

Table of contents

"Table of Statutes. Table of Statutory Instruments. Table of cases. 1. Aircraft and ship crews 2. Armed forces and merchant navy 3. Barristers 4. Barristers' Clerks and Chambers' Expenses 5. Construction industry workers 6. Farmers and market gardeners 7. Diplomats and other overseas officials 8. Lorry drivers 9. Medical Practitioners 10. Ministers of religion, missionaries and members of religious communities 11. Politicians 12. Sports-stars and Entertainers 13. Writers and Artists 14. Occupations that qualify for exemption under beneficial accommodation rules 15. PAYE rules for Specialist Occupations 16. Occupations in which employment and self-employment status can be reversed Appendices. Index."show more