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Simon's Taxes

Simon's Taxes has been providing tax practitioners with authoritative analysis and commentary since 1948. Backed by an Editorial Board of John Whiting and Malcolm Gunn, the commentary also features contributions and reviews from tax experts and practitioners including John Lindsay, Amanda Sullivan, Mark Downey, Vince Ashall, Kate Upcraft, supported by an in-house team of qualified tax advisers.
Publisher: LNUK
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ISBN/ISSN: 9781405736206
Publisher: LNUK

Product description

Formerly known as Simon's Direct Tax Service, this service was relaunched as Simon's Taxes in September 2008, 60 years after it was first published in 1948. Simon's Taxes remains the leading reference service on UK direct taxes (income tax, capital gains tax, corporation tax and inheritance tax).

Why should you buy Simon's Taxes

Simon's is the most popular tax reference service in the UK - it is relied on by more accountants and tax practitioners, solicitors and barristers than any other service of its kind. Simon's provides expert practical and authoritative guidance reviewed by leading practitioners drawn from a range of different disciplines.

The Simon's subscription comprises:

* The full eleven-volume looseleaf binders and monthly updates, providing the detailed Simon's narrative together with relevant supporting materials, including HMRC materials and UK double tax treaties

* Four Tolley Tax Annuals, the leading handbooks on the four main direct taxes (income tax, capital gains tax, corporation tax and inheritance tax)

* The annual Budget Bulletin and Finance Act Handbook

* The monthly Practical Tax newsletter, to keep you abreast of all the latest developments

* Unlimited use of Tolley's Practice Support, our telephone tax helpline service. This service is staffed by senior tax practitioners and it can be used to provide guidance and support in all areas of direct and indirect taxation

Whatever your tax research requirements, Simon's Taxes is the cornerstone of your tax library.


Table of contents

Binder 1: Index; New developments; Tax tables; Worldwide taxes; Tax office directory 
Binder 2: General Principles; Impact of EU Law; Administration & Compliance; Enquiries & Investigations
Binder 3: Business profits, capital allowances, partnerships and property income
Binder 4: Capital gains, settlements and estates, trusts
Binder 5: Companies; groups; overseas issues; distributions
Binder 6: Company reconstructions; special classes of companies; other transactions in securities
Binder 7: Individuals; employment income; retirement provision
Binder 8: Inheritance Tax
Binder 9: HMRC materials
Binder 10: Double Taxation Agreements; OECD Model Agreements; Exchange Rates