Tolley's Tax Guide 1999-2000

Tolley's Tax Guide 1999-2000 : Practical Tax Advice for the Non-expert

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This work looks at everyday situations, found both in commercial and personal spheres, and explains all the relevant UK taxes which must be taken into consideration.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 732 pages
  • Lexisnexis UK
  • Tolley Publishing
  • London, United Kingdom
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • index
  • 075450249X
  • 9780754502494

Table of contents

Income tax - general principles; corporation tax - general principles; capital gains tax - general principles; inheritance tax - general principles; stamp duty; value added tax - general principles; council tax and business rates; dealing with the revenue; employment; employments - income chargeable and allowable deductions; share options, share incentives and profit-related pay; directors of small and family companies; national insurance contributions - employees and employers; statutory maternity pay; golden handcuffs and golden handshakes; pensions; occupational pension schemes; providing your own pension; trades, professions and vocations; sole trader, partnership or company?; starting up a small or part-time business; how are business profits calculated?; how are business profits charged to tax?; capital allowances; partnerships; national insurance contributions for the self-employed; losses of sole traders and partners; company losses; transfer of business to limited company; selling the family company; encouraging business investment, enterprise and efficiency; land and buildings; your family home; a country life -farms and woodlands; investing in land and buildings; tax and the family; husband, wife and children; especially for the senior citizen; making a will and post-death planning; choosing your investment; tax on your investments; investing in banks and building societies; investing in stocks and shares; chattels and valuables; sensible use of life assurance; miscellaneous; the overseas element; trusts and estates; charities and charitable trusts; subcontractors in the construction industry; main anti-avoidance provisions.show more