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Pension Tax Guide 2019-20

Pension Tax Guide 2019-20

written by Robert Gaines
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Introduction: A thorough and very practical guide to how the pension rules work, and to the part they play in tax planning, written for professionals who need to understand the complex rules.
Category: Income Tax, Inheritance Tax and Trusts and Estates
Publisher: Claritax Books
Publication Date: June 2019
ISBN: 9781912386185
Description: The contents include registered and non-registered pension schemes, personal and employer-sponsored schemes, input allowances and output controls, UK taxation of pensions, as well as aspects that relate to inheritance tax, VAT, stamp duty and overseas matters.

“Well-considered and thorough. I would recommend this book to anyone, accountant, IFA and lawyer, who purports or aspires to be an adviser in the less than simple field of pensions taxation.” (TAXline)

This 2019-20 edition of this popular and practical title has once more been fully reviewed and updated.
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