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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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A new edition has been abandoned before publication:
The Personal Injury Practitioner's Guide to Taxation 2nd ed isbn 9781784514327

Taxation for Personal Injury Practitioners

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ISBN13: 9780406948021
ISBN: 040694802X
New Edition ISBN: 1784514322
Published: December 2001
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

""This new and unique title is designed as a practical aid to Personal Injury Lawyers in advising their clients on the tax implications of a damages award or settlement. It offers guidance on the sources of tax law and goes into substantial depth on the income tax implications when calculating damages. It also covers CGT and NIC, and concisely explains and illustrates specific tax issues regarding structured settlements, social security benefits, damages for injuries at work and insurance benefits.Aimed at the non-tax specialist this title is written and presented in a user-friendly format, containing many worked examples and calculations. Moreover it is the only tax publication on the market that covers this specialist area and as a result it is an invaluable reference tool for any Personal Injury Lawyer.""

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Personal Injury Law, Taxation
""Part A: General 1. Introduction.
2. General principles.
3. Sources of tax law. Part B: Calculating damages.
4. Income tax. Pay. Shares and share options. Benefits in kind. Pension benefits. Other emoluments.
5. Capital gains tax.
6. National insurance contributions.
7. Other deductions. Part C: Specific tax issues.
8. What is a ""personal injury"".
9. Taxation of interest.
10. Structured settlements.
11. Taxation of social security benefits.
12. Damages for injuries at work.
13. Taxation of insurance benefits.
14. Taxation on death.
15.Taxation for the defendant.
16. Tax efficient awards.""