Now in its 35th edition, this highly respected work is a leading textbook for students and an invaluable first point of reference for practitioners. Its impressive list of contributors provide a clear and detailed explanation of the law, with a wealth of practical examples.
The accessible format, non-technical language and straightforward approach used in this book ensure that the basic principles are readily grasped and that the reader is armed with the very latest knowledge and know-how.
Practical, comprehensive and concise, this expert guide to revenue law continues to prove to be hugely popular with both practitioners and students of taxation.
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