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This title provides comprehensive and detailed information on the UK tax implications when a company becomes insolvent and has to be rescued or enters into a formal insolvency process. It covers the tax aspects of companies in liquidation, administration, different forms of receivership, and those making voluntary arrangements, and the tax consequences for their creditors, shareholders, landlords and guarantors. It also covers the implications for a company and its creditors of restructuring debt, hive-downs and 'pre-packs'. It explains the basics of insolvency law for tax practitioners and covers the tax position in detail. It sets out the different UK insolvency procedures and options for restructuring indebted companies, and then describes the tax complications which can arise, in respect of direct taxes and VAT. It also looks at the UK tax implications from an international perspective.
Includes the long-awaited insolvency rules which came into effect in April 2017. These replace the Insolvency Rules 1986 and their 28 subsequent amendments. The rules have been recast to reflect modern business practice and to make the insolvency process more efficient.
The seventh edition is fully updated to reflect the latest Finance Act, the new Insolvency Rules and relevant case law, as well as the following: