Fully updated for the 2010/2011 tax year, this book takes the hassle out of tax Although you can't escape tax, you can make it easier to deal with. Whether you want to work out the taxes on your own business, make tax-efficient investments or simply understand where your money's going, this plain-English guide has it all. Get to grips with the UK tax system and discover how to make potentially significant savings on your tax bill. Tax facts a get the low-down on tax essentials Tax through your ages a find out how to make the most tax-savvy decisions at every stage of your life Pensions and benefits a understand the ins and outs of taxes paid on pensions and state benefits Working for someone else a keep an eye on your pay packet and make the most of incentive schemes Working for yourself a learn how to manage your company's taxes, whether you're just starting out or are a veteran business-owner Open the book and find: Advice on complying with self-assessment regulations Techniques for calculating how much income tax you owe Updates on the most tax-friendly investments for you and your children How to manage property tax, whether you're buying, selling or renting Ways to reduce inheritance tax The best way to pay VAT on your own business The tax benefits of becoming a limited company Day-to-day tax-saving techniques qTax 2010/2011 For Dummies is expertly written in plain, everyday language that makes a complicated subject easy to understand. It's simple to follow, and full of invaluable tax tips and reminders. Highly recommended for someone looking for a straightforward introduction to the world of tax.q aMark McLaughlin, CTA (Fellow) ATT TEP, Chartered Tax Consultant, Author and Editor Learn to: Understand your tax status and fulfil your legal obligations Calculate your business taxes Fill out a self-assessment form Make tax-efficient investmentsHow to Pay Helpline (0845 366 7816): Provides help and advice on self assessment and PAYE payment. ... sick pay (SSP), maternity pay, tax credits, stakeholder pensions, student loan repayments and Construction Industry Scheme matters.
|Title||:||Tax 2010 / 2011 For Dummies|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2010-07-16|