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Core Tax Annual: Corporation Tax 2018/19

By: Pete Miller, Satwaki Chanda, Donald Drysdale
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Published: 19-07-2018
Format: Paperback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 1200
ISBN: 9781526505743
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Series: Core Tax Annuals
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP : £80.00
 

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About Core Tax Annual: Corporation Tax 2018/19

This annual guide to corporation tax meets the everyday needs of the busy tax adviser. A collaboration by leading tax writers Pete Miller, Satwaki Chanda and Donald Drysdale, Corporation Tax 2018/19 examines the rules, regulations and tax issues affecting companies in the UK. With its practical and concise style and straightforward format, this book is a useful tool for tax advisers and non-experts alike.

Corporation Tax 2018/19 covers:
- Introduction to corporation tax
- Trading income
- Capital allowances (plant and machinery)
- Trading losses
- Groups
- Investment business
- Property investment
- Business Premises Renovation Allowances
- The Construction Industry Scheme
- Close companies and connected issues
- Loan relationships
- Intangible fixed assets
- UK Patent Box
- Research and development
- Creative sector tax reliefs
- Chargeable gains
- Reconstructions and amalgamations
- Distributions
- Foreign matters
- Transfer pricing
- Self-assessment
- Rates and payment of corporation tax
- Self-assessment penalties
- HMRC powers
- Accounting and tax
- The year end

This latest edition has been updated to include the many changes in Finance (No 2) Act 2017 and Finance Act 2018, as well as developments in recent case law. It explores the following key topics:
- New regime for carried forward losses
- New group relief rules for carried forward losses
- New rules on restricting interest and financing costs
- Amendments to the substantial shareholding exemption
- New relief for investments by companies owned by qualifying institutional investors
- Freezing of indexation relief for companies

This accessible reference guide has a user-friendly structure with 'signposts' at the beginning of each chapter to summarise key topics and 'focus points' throughout to highlight important issues. Numerous worked examples demonstrate how to apply the main principles in practice and all examples are listed in a table at the beginning for quick navigation.

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