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The new, fully updated edition of Taxation for Employment Specialists deals with the complex field of tax on employment earnings in a way accessible to the non-tax law practitioner. The book adopts a practical approach to a intricate subject, addressing the many tax issues that face the employment specialist in areas such as: unfair and wrongful dismissal; redundancy; sex discrimination; damages awards; termination; and various payments.
The new edition is extensively revised, including new coverage of the following areas: Income Tax Act 2007; Income Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Act 2003; Pensions law reforms of 2006; Changes in residence and domicile status; Redundancy and termination payments, and Anti-avoidance provisions.
To ensure a clear understanding of the subject, the work is written in a jargon-free style and features many worked examples throughout the text. Written by two leading barristers working in the field of tax law.