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Taxation of Investment and Trading Partnerships and LLPs

Taxation of Investment and Trading Partnerships and LLPs
Series:  Sweet & Maxwell's Tax Library
Practice Area:  Partnerships, Taxation Law
ISBN:  9780414099517
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  31 Oct 2021
Format:  eBook - ProView
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Taxation of Partnerships and LLPs addresses in detail the technical and practical UK tax issues that arise in relating to trading and professional partnerships and LLPs and investment fund partnerships. As well as discussing the UK tax landscape for all types of partnerships and LLPs, the book contains an extensive discussion of the special regimes (including those for disguised investment management fees, carried interest and income based carried interest) introduced in recent years which supplement these rules for the asset management community.

The UK treatment of partnerships is still largely non-statutory while the tax treatment of flows to investment managers has been subject to extensive changes since 2014. The book helps demystify these complex areas of tax by offering an explanation of the technical issues, reasoned views on the practical application of these rules, and the positioning of HMRC.
  • Focus on investment and trading partnerships
  • In-depth coverage of the recent changes focused on asset managers trading as LLPs
  • Openly discusses areas where the view of HMRC and tax community diverge and give an opinion on where the right answer lies
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