Tolley's Tax Guide 2014-15
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Officially the 'Nation's Favourite Tax Book' according to AccountingWeb. This one-stop reference work is written by experts in clear, concise English. Its logical structure and comprehensive analysis of the latest legislation makes it the premier choice for the successful tax practitioner. Released in one convenient volume, it includes helpful worked examples, tax points and clear tables. The book's 45 chapters are divided into clear sections, including employment, pensions, trading, family, trusts, estates and more.
1. Introduction; 2. Income tax and tax credits: general principles; 3. Corporation tax: general principles; 4. Capital gains tax: general principles; 5. Inheritance tax: general principles; 6. Stamp taxes; 7. Value added tax: general principles; 8. Council tax and business rates; 9. Dealing with the Revenue; 10. Employments ? income chargeable and allowable deductions; 11. Employee share options and awards; 12. Directors of small and family companies; 13. National insurance contributions – employees and employers; 14. Statutory sick pay and statutory maternity etc pay; 15. Golden handcuffs and golden handshakes; 16. Occupational pension schemes; 17. Personal pension schemes; 18. Sole trader, partnership or company? 19. Starting up a new small or part–time business; 20. How are business profits calculated? 21. How are business profits charged to tax? 22. Capital allowances; 23. Partnerships; 24. National insurance contributions for the self–employed; 25. Losses of sole traders and partners; 26. Company losses; 27. Transfer of business to limited company; 28. Selling the family company; 29. Encouraging business investment, enterprise and efficiency; 30. Your family home; 31. A country life: farms and woodlands; 32. Investing in land and buildings; 33. Family matters; 34. Especially for the senior citizen; 35. Making a will and post–death planning; 36. Tax on your investments; 37. Investing in banks and building societies; 38. Investing in stocks and shares; 39. Chattels and valuables; 40. Sensible use of life insurance; 41. The overseas element; 42. Trusts and estates; 43. Charities and charitable trusts; 44. Subcontractors in the construction industry; 45. Main anti–avoidance provisions; Subject index