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|British Tax Guide: Value Added Tax 2012-13||UP/VAT-BI12001||£111.95|
Product description: Fully re-worked last year, the British Tax Guide: Value Added Tax now has more, smaller chapters to help digest the information more easily. The 2012-13 edition will now incorporate the Budget 2012 and Finance Act 2012 including changes in policy announced in HMRC Briefs during the year to July 2012 and any changes featured in the numerous Public Notices.
The guide solely focuses on VAT with any legislation fully referenced and indexed. The book also includes helpful flowcharts to guide your way through the information.
Includes changes to:
Shelagh Pearce LLB (Hons) and Stephen Taylor CTA (Fellow) ATT are partners in Pearce Taylor Taxation, an independent firm based in Devon providing VAT consultancy services to accountants, lawyers and other businesses. Stephen and Shelagh are also contributors to CCH Tax Workflow and the British VAT Reporter. Previous publications which they wholly or partly wrote include VAT in Practice, VAT Planning and Tax on Property.
Stephen is currently a member of the technical committee of the Association of Taxation Technicians and a representative on the joint VAT Consultative Committee. He is a former chairman of the South West of England branch of the Chartered Institute of Taxation and was awarded a Certificate of Merit by the Chartered Institute of Taxation in 2012.
British Tax Guides from CCH
The British Tax Guides are expert, individually focused commentary on the all the main UK taxes. Each of the guides is focused on one particular area, with legislation to that tax cross referenced to enable you to put the legislation into context, as well as efficiently calculate tax liabilities.
Each of the 2012-13 editions will include all changes from the 2012 Budget and subsequent Finance Act.
The titles are available as a cost effective set or can be purchased individually. View the full range of CCH's Annual Tax Guides