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Whiteman & Sherry on Income Tax
Whiteman & Sherry on Income Tax
4th Edition
Number of volumes: 1
Series:  Sweet & Maxwell's Tax Library
Practice Area:  Taxation Law
ISBN:  9781847038579
General Editor: Michael Sherry
Subscription Information: 5 releases a year, Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Looseleaf
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Whiteman & Sherry on Income Tax 4th Edition is the definitive work on this 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 4th 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.


  • 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 to keep you fully up-to-date

Part A: Introductory Chapters
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Tax avoidance purposive construction and a realistic view of transactions
Chapter 2A The General Anti-Abuse Rule (GAAR);
Chapter 3 The Tax Jurisdiction
Chapter 3A Individual Tax Residence

Part B: Business Income
Chapter 4 Income from Trades, Professions and Vocations
Chapter 5 The Computation of Profits of Trades, Professions and Vocations—General Principles
Chapter 6 The Computation of Profits of Trades, Professions and Vocations—Trading Receipts
Chapter 7 The Computation of Profits of Trades, Professions and Vocations—Trading Expenditure
Chapter 8 Profits on an Accruals Basis
Chapter 9 An Introduction to Capital Allowances
Chapter 10 Losses
Chapter 11 Partnerships
Chapter 12 Income not Otherwise Charged

Part C: Employment Income
Chapter 13 Income from Employment: General Principles
Chapter 14 Income From Employment: Employment Related Securities, Allowable Expenditure and Termination Payments
Chapter 15 The Benefits Code
Chapter 16 Collection Regimes

Part D: Investment Income
Chapter 17 Income from Investments
Chapter 18 The Charge to Tax on Interest and Deemed Interest;
Chapter 19 Income from Land in the United Kingdom;
Chapter 20 Income from Trusts, Estates and Settlements;
Chapter 21 Transactions in Securities

Part E: Foreign Income
Chapter 22 Foreign Income and Double Tax Relief
Chapter 23 Transfers of Assets Abroad — ITA 2007 Sections 714 to 730
Chapter 24 The Tax Element in Damages
Chapter 25 Charities

Part F: The Taxation of Individuals and Administration
Chapter 26 The Taxation of Individuals
Chapter 27 Compliance
Chapter 28 Appeals


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