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Dymond's Capital Taxes

Dymond's Capital Taxes
Number of volumes: 3
Series:  Sweet & Maxwell's Tax Library
Practice Area:  Taxation Law
ISBN:  9781860899355
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Format:  Looseleaf
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With intelligent commentary and guidance, Dymond's Capital Taxes:

  • Provides straightforward introductory explanation of the basics of the tax before dealing with each category of property and the situations which occur in relation to them
  • Includes detailed worked examples which illustrate the commentary, ensuring no aspect of the tax is overlooked
  • Contains relevant reference material including: full text of relevant tax statutes, Statutory instruments, OECD conventions, Double Taxation Agreements, Extra-statutory Concessions and Statements of Practice
  • Provides a wealth of information, presented in a logical sequence to mirror your work flow
  • Includes in-depth coverage of the major changes to inheritance tax that have come about as a result of the Finance Act 2006
  • Offers regular updates including two annual Bulletins, which each take a particular aspect of IHT, discusses pre-owned assets tax in detail and in the context of IHT schemes
  • Includes recent case law including cases on reservation of benefit, deeds of variation and the meaning of interest in possession
  • Revised correspondence between STEP/CIOT and HMRC on Schedule 20 Finance Act 2006

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Volume 1
Release Bulletin
Part 1 Introductory
Part 2 The Charge of Tax
Part 3 Exemptions
Part 4 Settled Property

Volume 2
Part 1 Close Companies and Valuation
Part 2 Liabilities and Incidence
Part 3 Administration
Part 4 Foreign Element
Part 5 Pre-Owned Asset Income Tax
Part 6 Estate Planning

Volume 3
Part 1 Statutes
Part 2 Statutory Instruments
Part 3 OECD Conventions
Part 4 Double Taxation Conventions
Part 5 Extra-Statutory Concessions, Statements of Practice and HMRC Interpretations and Guidance
Part 7 National Heritage; Part 8 Rate Tables


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