This accessible reference guide has a user-friendly structure with 'signposts' at the beginning of each chapter to summarise key topics and 'focus points' throughout to highlight important issues, as well as numerous worked examples ...
Author: Jacquelyn Kimber
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Taking on a practical approach to the subject and concentrating on the most commonly found transactions and reliefs, Capital Gains Tax 2020/21 is an invaluable title for those who deal with capital gains tax on a regular basis. The latest edition examines the current legislation and HMRC guidance in a clear, comprehensive style and explores the following: - The introduction of a requirement for UK resident individuals, trustees and PRs to report and make payments on account of CGT due on disposals of residential property within 30 days of completion. Previously, the 30-day payment and reporting regime had applied only to non-UK residents - The reduction in the lifetime limit for entrepreneurs' relief from £10m to £1m for disposals on or after 11 March 2020 - The renaming of ER to business asset disposal relief - The reduction in the final period exemption for main residence relief from 18 months to 9 months - The restriction of lettings relief to periods where the owner occupies a main residence alongside a tenant - The introduction of a restriction on the set off of capital losses for companies from 1 April 2020, where carried forward losses are above the £5m deductions allowance - Case law - Henkes v HMRC  UKFTT 159 (TC) Tribunal jurisdiction to consider domicile The commentary in this title includes numerous examples, updated to the current tax year, and is cross-referenced to the tax legislation as well as to the HMRC manuals and to other HMRC guidance. This accessible reference guide has a user-friendly structure with 'signposts' at the beginning of each chapter to summarise key topics and 'focus points' throughout to highlight important issues, as well as numerous worked examples demonstrating how to apply the main principles in practice.
Great value collection of the Bloomsbury Professional 2020/21 tax annuals. All updated in line with the latest Finance Act.
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Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Detailed commentary on the principle UK taxes, written by a respected range of expert authors. Updated in line with the latest Finance Act, as well as recent case decisions and and newly issued HMRC Guidance. Each title has numerous examples to back up the commentary, as well as Signposts at the beginning of each chapter to help users find the key points quickly.Full set includes:Corporation Tax 2020/21Capital Gains Tax 2020/21Income Tax 2020/21Inheritance Tax 2020/21Trusts and Estates 2020/21Value Added Tax 2020/21
This new edition has been updated throughout for 2020/21 income tax rates and allowances, and includes the following: - Commentary on the Making Tax Digital (MTD) project updated confirming that Government will not be mandating MTD for any ...
Author: Sarah Laing
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Category: Business & Economics
Offering a practical overview of income tax in the UK from one of the UK's leading tax writers, Income Tax 2020/21 covers day-to-day issues frequently encountered by tax practitioners, explaining in straightforward terms what the law means in practice. This new edition has been updated throughout for 2020/21 income tax rates and allowances, and includes the following: - Commentary on the Making Tax Digital (MTD) project updated confirming that Government will not be mandating MTD for any new taxes or businesses until at least 2021, but flagging up what taxpayers can do to get ready for MTD for income tax - Details of tax payment deferral options due to coronavirus (Covid-19) - Commentary on new pensions annual allowance rules applicable from 2020/21 - Commentary on the Covid-19 Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) added - Updated commentary on changes to structures and buildings capital allowances (SBAs) from 6 April 2020 - Details of Budget 2020 announcements on CO2 emissions thresholds for determining capital allowances, applicable from April 2021 - Updated commentary on enhanced capital allowances (ECAs) in designated enterprise zones - New commentary on HMRC Trust Register Scheme (TRS) obligations This accessible reference guide has a user-friendly structure with 'signposts' at the beginning of each chapter to summarise key topics and 'focus points' throughout to highlight important issues, as well as numerous worked examples to demonstrate how to apply the main principles in practice.
This annual guide to corporation tax meets the everyday needs of the busy tax adviser.
Author: Satwaki Chanda
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Category: Business & Economics
This annual guide to corporation tax meets the everyday needs of the busy tax adviser. It examines the rules, regulations and tax issues affecting companies in the UK. Topics covered include: Introduction to corporation tax; Trading income; Capital allowances (plant and machinery); Trading losses; Groups; Investment business; Property investment; Buildings and Structures; The Construction Industry Scheme; Close companies and connected issues; Loan relationships; Intangible fixed assets; UK Patent Box; Research and development; Creative sector tax reliefs; Chargeable gains; Reconstructions and amalgamations; Distributions; Foreign matters; Transfer pricing; Self-assessment; Rates and payment of corporation tax; Self-assessment penalties; HMRC powers; Accounting and tax; The year end. This accessible reference guide has a user-friendly structure with 'signposts' at the beginning of each chapter to summarise key topics and 'focus points' throughout to highlight important issues. Numerous worked examples demonstrate how to apply the main principles in practice and all examples are listed in a table at the beginning for quick navigation.
These are calculated at the rate of 9% on the amount of profits or gains
chargeable to income tax which exceed the lower profits limit (£9,500 per annum
for 2020/21) but which do not exceed the upper profits limit (£50,000 per annum
Author: Bloomsbury Publishing
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Packed full of inspirational articles from successful writers, illustrators and publishing experts, the Children's Writers' & Artists' Yearbook once again serves up the best independent advice to writers for children of all ages. Covering all aspects of the publishing process, across the full range of formats and genres, it will appeal to self-published writers as well as those seeking an agent-publisher or crowdfunded deal. Inside are up-to-date contact details for literary agents, publishers, prizes and grant-giving bodies, societies and creative organisations that support writers and illustrators. Universally recognised as the first port of call for all writers wanting to improve their work and their chances of getting published, this Yearbook contains an 'impressive raft of advice and notes on every aspect of the business' (Quentin Blake).
An attempt has been made in this book to analyze the provisions of Limited Liability Partnership Act, Rules and its taxation keeping in mind the practical difficulties, which a business entity/professional could face while adhering to the ...
Author: Pramod Jain
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
The Limited Liability Partnership were introduced in India vide the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008. LLP has combined the flexibility of a partnership and the advantages of limited liability of a company at a low compliance cost. Limited Liability Partnership Law effective from 1st April 2009 is a new business vehicle that provides the benefits of limited liability of a company but allows its partners the flexibility of organizing their internal management on the basis of a mutually arrived agreement. The new concept of LLP is gaining strength in India. Procedures for LLP compliance have changed since 2009. Taxation of LLP has been made clear by the provisions made in the Income-tax Act, 1961 through the Finance (No 2) Act 2009 and Finance Act, 2010. An attempt has been made in this book to analyze the provisions of Limited Liability Partnership Act, Rules and its taxation keeping in mind the practical difficulties, which a business entity/professional could face while adhering to the provisions contained in laws. Tables, charts and examples have been used sparingly to make the provisions understand easily. Book would be immensely useful for Company Secretaries, Law professionals, Chartered Accountants and everyone concerned with formation, incorporation, conversion, administration & management, accounting & audit and taxation of a LLP. Section I - General 1......... Objects and Reasons for Limited Liability Partnership 2......... Miscellaneous 3......... Limited Liability Partnership background in India 4......... Salient features of Limited Liability Partnership 5......... Meaning and nature of Limited Liability Partnership 6......... Importance of LLP after Companies Act, 2013 Section II - Incorporation 7......... Incorporation of Limited Liability Partnership 8......... Miscellaneous 9......... Registered office/other office of a LLP and its change 10....... Limited Liability Partnership Agreements 11....... Partners of Limited Liability Partnership 12....... Number of Partners in Limited Liability Partnership 13....... Designated Partners Section III - Conversion 14....... Conversion of partnership firm into LLP 15....... Conversion of Private Company into LLP 16....... Conversion of unlisted Public Company into LLP 17....... Conversion of Professional Firms into LLP 18....... Conversion of LLP into Company Section IV - Administration and Management 19....... Contribution 20....... Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in LLP 21....... Extent of Liability 22....... Investigation 23....... Compromise, Arrangement or Reconstruction Section V - Accounts and Audit 24....... Accounts and Returns 25....... Applicability of Accounting Standards 26....... Assignment and transfer of partnership rights 27....... Destruction of old records 28....... Electronic filing of documents 29....... Forms to be certified by professionals 30....... Audit of LLP Section VI - Taxation 31....... Basic taxation aspects of LLP 32....... Residential status of LLP 33....... Tax rates of LLP 34....... Remuneration to partners 35....... Interest on partners' contribution 36....... Taxation of introduction and withdrawal of capital assets by partners 37....... Computation of taxable income of Limited Liability Partnership 38....... Taxation of conversion of Firms into Limited Liability Partnership 39....... Taxation of conversion of Companies into Limited Liability Partnership 40....... Taxation of Conversion of Limited Liability Partnership into Company 41....... Taxability of amounts received by partners from Limited Liability Partnership 42....... Liability of partners for tax dues in case of liquidation 43....... Other tax compliances Section VII - Winding up & Dissolution 44....... Winding up and Dissolution Section VIII - Miscellaneous 45....... Payment of Fees 46....... Penalties and prosecution 47....... Other matters related to LLP 48....... Forms under LLP laws 49....... Foreign Limited Liability Partnerships 50....... Comparison of Limited Liability Partnership with Firm 51....... Simultaneous comparison of Limited Liability Partnership with Company and Partnership firm Section IX - AnnexuresAnnexure 1... Draft Limited Liability Partnership Agreement - 1 Annexure 2... Draft LLP Agreement - 2 (As per Section 23(4) of LLP Act, 2008) Annexure 3... Draft Limited Liability Partnership Agreement - 3 Annexure 4... Draft Limited Liability Partnership Agreement - 4 Annexure 5... Draft Limited Liability Partnership Agreement - 5 Annexure 6... Draft Limited Liability Partnership Agreement - 6 Annexure 7... Draft Limited Liability Partnership Agreement - 7 Annexure 8... Draft Limited Liability Partnership Agreement - 8 Annexure 9... Draft Limited Liability Partnership Agreement - 9 Annexure 10. Supplementary Limited Liability Partnership Agreement
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Author: Krishen Mehta
Publisher: Zed Books Ltd.
Category: Social Science
In the wake of the Panama Papers scandal and similar leaks, tax havens are now firmly in the spotlight. Today, roughly half of all global trade still passes through tax haven jurisdictions, costing millions in lost revenue to countries around the world. Such practices affect all of us, but are most keenly felt by poorer people in developing countries, where unfair tax practices have become a major obstacle to development, and which have allowed multinational corporations to continue to exploit developing economies. This collection argues that, for developing countries to achieve social justice and lasting prosperity, they must take control of their own tax destinies, and that this will also be crucial to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Covering such topics as natural resource management, representation in global tax institutions and effective strategies for building and protecting tax bases, the collection brings together expertise from a variety of countries and disciplines. It explores the options available to developing countries, and provides a basis for concerted action by tax authorities, policy makers, academics and civil society experts to design tax systems that can sustain a just society.
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Author: Javier López Lara
Category: Technology & Engineering
This book presents 16 selected papers from the 7th International Conference on The Application of Physical Modelling in Coastal and Port Engineering and Science, Coastlab18. The conference was organized in Santander, Spain, from 22 to 26 May, 2018, by the Instituto de Hidráulica Ambiental de la Universidad de Cantabria, IHCantabria. Coastlab18 welcomed 175 attendees from 18 different countries. The technical program included three renowned keynote lectures and 120 presentations focused on theoretical and practical aspects related to physical modelling in the field of coastal and ocean engineering. Coastal and ocean structures, breakwaters, revetments, laboratory technologies, measurement systems, coastal field measurement and monitoring, combined physical and numerical modelling, physical modelling case studies, tsunamis, and coastal hydrodynamics were the main topics covered in the conference. This book attempts to cover, as completely as possible, all the topics presented during the conference. The papers were accepted after a peer-review process based on their full text.
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