Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 58 2014 Income Taxation Part 1
The Halsbury’s Laws Income Taxation title deals with income tax charged on the income of individuals from employment, pensions and other sources
The Halsbury’s Laws Income Taxation title deals with (1) income tax charged on the income of individuals from employment, pensions, social security, trading, property, savings and investment, and other sources; and (2) corporation tax charged on the profits of companies. Tax avoidance, reliefs and exemptions, and capital allowances are included in this comprehensive title.
Income Taxation is available in three parts. Volumes 58, 58A and 59 comprise the title in full.
Parts 1–6: David R Harris, LLM; of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister
Part 7: Cheryl Scott, BA (Hons); former Deputy Director HMRC; TolleyGuidance Employment Taxes; Manager, LexisNexis UK; freelance tax writer and lecturer
Part 8: Gideon Scott Holland, MA Hons (Oxon), of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister, Keating Chambers; Tom Owen, MA Hons (Cantab), of the Middle Temple, Barrister, Keating Chambers
Parts 9, 10: Tarlochan Lall, LLB, LLM (Tax), CTA (Fellow), of Middle Temple, Barrister, Monckton Chambers; former Solicitor
Part 11: prepared by LexisNexis UK with thanks given for the kind assistance of Tarlochan Lall, Monckton Chambers
Part 12: Tarlochan Lall, as before
Parts 13–15: James R Brightwell, MA, LLM; of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister; Deputy District Judge; (part 14 as Consultant)
Part 16: David Smailes, FCA; Tax Writer, LexisNexis UK
Part 17: Peter Gausden, a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales; former Principal Lecturer at the College of Law, Chester (now the University of Law)
Part 18: James R Brightwell, as before
Part 19: Cheryl Scott, as before
Part 20: David R Harris, as before
2. Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs
3. Income from Real Property
4. Trading and Professional Income
5. Capital Allowances
6. Savings and Investment Income
7. Employment Income and Pensions
8. Sub-contractors in the Construction Industry
Other titles in the Halsbury’s Laws tax series include Vol 6 Capital Gains Taxation, Vols 30 & 31 Customs and Excise, Vol 59A Inheritance Taxation, Vol 61 Landfill Tax, Vol 78 Oil and Gas Taxation, Vol 96 Stamp Taxes, and Vol 99 VAT.
The law is stated as at 1 June 2014, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.
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