An International Perspective
This book's principal theme is the taxation of permanent establishments, taking as its starting point the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) model convention on the avoidance of double taxation, and examining how the Indian courts and India's law-makers have interpreted the rules governing attribution of profits.
The primary focus of this book is on techniques and concepts of cost and management accounting for strategic business decisions. It considers both conventional and contemporary issues.The book is a reference source for practising accountants, senior executives and managers working in human resources, operations, and accounting divisions. It is also ideal for courses in graduate programs such as master's degree, MBA orExecutive MBA.
A guide to their implementation and use
Protected Cell Companies is a valuable resource for practitioners who work with this important new business form. The book provides comprehensive guidance on such complex issues as insolvency, veil-piercing, tax, and accounting, use for captive insurance companies, and as a bankruptcy remote vehicle for special purpose vehicles, credit derivatives, and open-end investment companies.
This book is a practical guide to the very practical subject of Tax Due Diligence. It aims to show that tax due diligence is not a commodity by leading the reader through the tax due diligence process and explaining at each stage how to extract the maximum value from tax due diligence.
A guide to buying, selling and renting property
The purpose of this book is to offer, in one place, enough information for you to assess your needs in the world of property thoughtfully, how to ask the right questions (and who to ask).
Dealing with a PAYE Review
The Taxman Visit is a comprehensive guide to dealing with a PAYE/ Employer Compliance Visit from start to finish. The book takes a step by step approach detailing over 100 questions which are likely to be asked, explains what the issue may be and provide a solution. HMRC instructions to the tax office staff are also included.
The Tax Credits Handbook 2012/13 provides detailed commentary and practical guidance on who can claim and how a claim should be made. It describes the award cycle from initial claim to renewal, with detailed examples on how to calculate entitlement and how to deal with changes in income and circumstances through the period of an award. All the elements of working tax credit and child tax credit are examined in depth, including childcare. The vexed question of tax credit overpayments is covered in two chapters – how they arise, how to avoid them and how to challenge them. There is also commentary on HMRC powers of investigation – examinations, enquiries and so forth – and claimants’ rights, safeguards and remedies when faced with wrong decisions, including how to conduct appeals, disputes and complaints.
Intended principally for advisers in tax and welfare rights, but also for officials, academics and the lay claimant with a wish to understand more about how tax credits work.
A Practical Guide to Vat for Golf Clubs
This book is intended as a guide to the basic rules of VAT as they affect golf clubs for club secretaries, treasurers, finance committee chairmen and accounting practices that have golf clubs as their clients. The third edition includes a new chapter to cover claims for overpaid VAT the consequences of the Bridport and West Dorset Golf Club case and new HMRC guidance.
Being a Landlord is a simple yet comprehensive and practical step by step guide for private rented sector landlords, letting agents and social housing landlords who grant Assured Shorthold Tenancies. The book covers the full life cycle of a tenanted property – from the selection of new tenants to their departure and the check-out procedure.
This guide provides analysis of the new 2014 TUPE Amendment Regulations including:
- the scope to “service provision changes” (i.e. outsourcing/contracting-out and in), as well as clarification of the Regulation 3;
- key changes relating to transfer dismissals and changes to terms and conditions;
- pensions obligations under TUPE;
- clarified ‘joint‘consultation rights;
- the confusing application of TUPE where the transferor is insolvent.
Settling trust disputes without litigation can save all parties legal costs and maintain confidentiality (reducing the risk of unwelcome publicity). ADR and Trusts is a development from the authors’ accredited mediation training course for the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).
Part A introduces the reader to the different forms of dispute resolution, and examines the differences between arbitration and mediation of trust and fiduciary disputes.
Part B examines 27 jurisdictions and how trust law and ADR operates in each of them. Each profile addresses: arbitration law and practice, trust law, the mandatory requirements for mediation and the enforcement of ADR awards.
Mediators, arbitrators, trust and estate planning practitioners, trust managers and anyone involved in trust disputes should all benefit from reading this book.