Partnership Taxation 2016/17

Written by BKL tax partner David Whiscombe, Partnership Taxation 2016/17 is the newly published guide to the law and practice relating to the taxation of partnerships in the UK.

‘This popular book offers a comprehensive guide to the law and practice relating to the taxation of partnerships in the UK. It contains a wealth of worked examples, and is up-to-date to the Finance Act 2016. It includes numerous worked examples to illustrate the practical effects of the law and extensive cross-references to legislation and case law.

  • Accountants and tax practitioners will find this book essential reading as it covers a range of topics including:
  • Calculating income and gains for partnerships;
  • Dealing with self-assessment claims and returns;
  • Coverage of specific situations – change of accounting date, death or retirement of a partner and incorporation;
  • Examination of the benefits of setting up a limited partnership or a limited liability partnership;

Appendices include useful reference material, including up-to-date partnership legislation.’

Find out more about Partnership Tax 2016/17 on the Bloomsbury Professional website.



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