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Tax Appeals - Law and Practice at the FTT

Tax Appeals - Law and Practice at the FTT

written by Keith Gordon
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Introduction: A clear guide to the procedures involved in taking a case to the Tax Chamber at the First-tier Tribunal, written by an experienced barrister who appears frequently in the Tax Chamber and the higher Courts. (This book was formerly entitled Tax Chamber Hearings.)
Category: Business Tax, Capital Gains Tax, Company Tax, Income Tax, Inheritance Tax, Property Taxes, Tax Investigations and VAT
Publisher: Claritax Books
Publication Date: June 2019
ISBN: 9781908545879
Description: On the one hand, the book provides detailed technical analysis of the legalities underpinning the tax appeals process. On the other, it offers guidance on such practical issues as dress code, the typical layout of the room and the order in which the parties speak.

“A comprehensive and practical discussion of the Tax Chamber jurisdiction, rules and procedures.” (TAXline review of earlier edition.)

"I can only applaud the approach of this guide, of stepping through the rules, providing a clear explanation and illustrating the explanation with practical examples. The analysis is clear, concise and to the point. There is also a good deal of useful and informative practical advice, difficult if not impossible to find elsewhere." Judge Colin Bishopp, then President of the Tax Chamber, writing in the foreword to the first edition.
Delivery: Claritax Books publishes specialist tax titles. Typically, our books cover niche topics in greater depth or take a more practical approach to particular tax issues. Our titles are written for accountants (both in-house and in practice), tax advisers, employers, lawyers and other professionals. Our authors include barristers, solicitors, accountants and other experienced tax specialists.

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