Tolley's Inheritance Tax 2020-21
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Why should you buy Tolley's Inheritance Tax 2020-21
The updated edition of this esteemed Tolley's tax title contains must-have coverage of IHT liabilities, tax mitigation and compliance. Useful worked examples clarify legislation and help you translate theory into practice. Accuracy is guaranteed with expert commentary by Malcolm Gunn. Routine and complex topics are explored from multiple perspectives, ensuring you have a complete view of IHT's expansive landscape.
What’s new in this year’s edition:
- the shifting landscape of Inheritance Tax in 2020, with important changes in the current Finance Bill in relation to the treatment of foreign assets
- the dramatic impact of Covid-19 on public finances and potential changes in tax planning