Whiteman and Sherry on Income Tax 4th ed Looseleaf
Latest Release: August 29, 2017
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd Subscriptions
Country of Publication: UK
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Whiteman & Sherry on Income Tax 4th Edition is the definitive work on the subject, providing comprehensive analysis of the law relating to income tax. This title will enable you to pin-point aspects of tax that directly relate to your clients, offering analyses of the cases and the legislation.
Along with a host of updated information, the fourth edition will be published in looseleaf format. With two updating releases a year, you can remain confident of being fully informed of the latest legislative developments as they happen.
How Whiteman & Sherry on Income Tax can help you:
- Provides the expert authors' discussion and opinion on all key aspects of the law on income tax.
- Offers clear and precise treatment of those aspects of tax law which cause problems, providing practical, experienced solutions.
- Shows how the legislation has been applied by the courts through in-depth analysis of case law.
- Offers complete coverage of business income, employment income, investment income and foreign income.
- Fully updated to incorporate all the latest legislation, such as the 2009 Finance Act.
- Discusses the background issues relating to income tax, such as the Ramsey Principle.
- Analyses the business income in terms of computation for profits on trade, profession and ventures
- Covers employment income and the effects of recent legislation.
- Goes through the administration of income tax, including returns, self-assessment, machinery of assessment, appeals and collection.
- Covers specific taxpayers such as trustees, charities and partnerships.
- Outlines the principles of remittance of tax on individual bases.
- Outlines the elements of taxation on income from Land in the United Kingdom.
- Updating releases published twice a year (charged separately) to keep you fully up-to-date.