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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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Goode on Commercial Law

Edited by: Ewan McKendrick
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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition was published, see:
International Tax Planning for Inward Investment isbn 9781845926601

International Tax Planning for Inward Investment (Old Jacket)

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ISBN13: 9780406962904
ISBN: 0406962901
New Edition ISBN: 1845926609
Published: August 2003
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

As it becomes an increasingly high profile area of interest, this new title examines all the issues surrounding inward investment in the UK from a tax planning point of view. Written by an expert team of writers from BDO Stoy Hayward the title is a practical handbook-style publication covering all issues of business investment in the UK including trading, setting up partnerships and subsidiaries, transfer pricing and double tax conventions.

It will also cover issues surrounding property investment and individuals, including matters such as domicile, anti-avoidance legislation and foreign trusts. The text is complemented by appendices including foreign tax information on a variety of jurisdictions.""

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""Business Investment1. Activities producing no UK revenue2. Trading with the UK3. Trading in the UK4. Tax Treaties/ Permanent Establishment5. UK Branch - Advantages6. UK Partnership - LP or LLP7. UK Branch/Partnership - calculating profits/losses8. UK Subsidiary - Advantages9. Financing10. Financing - Transfer Pricing11. Withholding Tax on Interest Paid12. Other Form of Financing13. Licensing IP14. IP - the new regime form 1.4.0215. Other payments to foreign affiliates16. Transfer of UK Branch to UK Subsidiary - 117. Transfer of UK Branch to UK Subsidiary - 218. Distributions from UK Subsidiary19. Ownership Vehicle for the UK Subsidiary20. UK Groups21. Sale of UK Subsidiary.Property Investment22. Property Investment23. Why invest through non-UK Co?24. Points to watch25. Interest paid.26. Capital Allowances.27. Non-Domiciles28. Disposal29. Property DealingIndividuals coming to the UK30. Non-resident individuals - UK tax exposure31. Residence - individuals32. Dual residence33. Domicile34. Anti-avoidance legislation35. Foreign Trusts36. UK Property Investment37. Business income38. Investment income and gainsConclusion""