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Guide to the Tax Treatment of Specialist Occupations

By: Keith Gordon
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Published: 30-06-2012
Format: Paperback
Edition: 4th
Extent: 390
ISBN: 9781847669414
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP : £95.00
 

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About Guide to the Tax Treatment of Specialist Occupations

This new edition focuses on the special tax treatment of a wide range of occupations in a clear and succinct format. It helps readers to service their existing client base, reminding them of any special rules that may be applicable and helps them to understand how to deal with new clients and be aware of the relevant issues.

Occupations covered include:
Pilots, captains, aircraft and ship crew (cargo and passenger);
Sportspeople;
Professional entertainers;
Writers, artists and other creative professionals;
Armed forces personnel;
Barristers;
Construction workers;
Farmers;
Diplomats and foreign embassy staff;
Long distance lorry drivers;
Politicians - Westminster and Europe;
Ministers, vicars, clerics, and other faith professionals;
Independent consultants.

All common circumstances and scenarios are outlined for each of these occupations. Whatever the situation faced, you can be confident that the answers can be found within the pages of Guide to the Tax Treatment of Specialist Occupations.

Contents includes: Aircraft and ship crews, Armed forces and merchant navy, Barristers, Barristers' clerks and chambers' expenses, Cemeteries and crematoria, Construction industry workers and payments made to them, Diplomats and other overseas officials, Farmers and market gardeners, Independent contractors, Lorry drivers, Medical practitioners, Ministers of religion, missionaries and members of religious communities, Politicians, Sports-stars and entertainers, Writers and artists, Occupations that qualify for exemption under beneficial accommodation rules, PAYE rules for specialist occupations, Occupations in which employment and self-employment status can be reversed, Exemption for late night taxis etc

Table Of Contents

Chapter 1 Aircraft and ship crews;
Chapter 2 Armed forces and merchant navy;
Chapter 3 Barristers;
Chapter 4 Barristers' clerks and chambers' expenses;
Chapter 5 Cemeteries and crematoria;
Chapter 6 Construction industry and allied trades;
Chapter 7 Diplomats and other overseas officials;
Chapter 8 Farmers and market gardeners;
Chapter 9 Independent contractors;
Chapter 10 Lorry drivers and other mobile workers;
Chapter 11 Medical practitioners;
Chapter 12 Ministers of religion, missionaries and members of religious communities;
Chapter 13 Politicians;
Chapter 14 Portfolio workers;
Chapter 15 Sports stars and entertainers;
Chapter 16 Sub-postmasters and mistresses;
Chapter 17 Writers and artists;
Chapter 18 Occupations that qualify for exemption under beneficial accommodation rules;
Chapter 19 PAYE rules for specialist occupations;
Chapter 20 Occupations in which employment and self-employment status can be reversed;
Chapter 21 Exemption for late night taxis etc.

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