Capital Gains Tax Planning 2011/12

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Bloomsbury Publishing, Nov 30, 2011 - Business & Economics - 392 pages
Capital Gains Tax Planning 2011/12 offers a complete analysis of the capital gains tax regime. Covering both personal and corporate capital gains tax, it deals with the numerous techniques tax professionals can use to reduce or defer tax. It shows how tax on imminent transactions, or gains which have already arisen, can be saved. It also includes essential information on how best to structure a client's affairs well in advance of any sale to ensure maximum savings.

Contents include: Corporate and personal gains; Planning techniques to deal with sales, gifts and reorganisations; Extensive coverage of entrepreneurs' relief; Year-end CGT planning checklists; International aspects of CGT; Tax planning for non-residents and non-domiciliaries; Selling a business tax-efficiently.

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About the author (2011)

Rob Adams is a senior tax manager at Grant Thornton UK LLP, with extensive experience advising individuals and private companies across a range of tax systems including CGT planning. He is a chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Adviser.

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