Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
Publisher: Butterworths Law: Budget ed edition (April 2008)
By: Mary Hyland (Author), Kevin Walton (Author)
'Tolley's Corporation Tax' is the only book to look at corporation tax law and practice in a subject-oriented way. In alphabetical order, from Accounting Periods to Voluntary Associations, it brings together all the legislation, case law and ancillary material you need to deal with all aspects of corporation tax compliance, planning and agreeing liabilities.A detailed subject index, internal chapter indexes for longer chapters, comprehensive tables of legislation and cases and full references to source materials ensure you will overlook nothing of importance.The law and practice for at least the last six years is covered, to help you with areas such as claims, late assessments and investigation work: and over 50 worked examples are included to clarify complex points. The 2008/9 annual covers in depth both the pre-announced changes in the main corporation rate and the small companies' rate and the capital allowance changes, with examples to illustrate the effects. Is it worth the risk of being without this essential guidance?