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The Tax Implications of Business Recovery and Insolvency in Ireland, Northern Ireland and the UK

Tax Implications of Business Recovery and Insolvency

Authors: Paddy Harty & Alison Burnside

Summary: Set against the current economic climate and the significant growth in business restructuring and insolvency, this new book from the team at FPM is a timely treatment of taxes within the various insolvency and business recovery procedures. It will assist accountants in practice and in business to achieve the best results for their clients and their businesses. The cross-jurisdictional approach is unique and the comparative treatment of Irish and UK/NI law, guidance and best practice (showing interdependence) is also likely to be valued. The chapters are designed as a series of comparative tables providing the answers to key questions under each area of insolvency and business recovery.

Surviving Local Property Tax

Surviving Local Property TaxNOW AVAILABLE

Authors: Brian Keegan, Mary Roche and Norah Collender

Summary: For the first time, Local Property Tax forces every homeowner in Ireland to deal directly with the Revenue Commissioners. 1.6 million of us have made property tax returns, but this new tax is far from simple and sometimes mistakes will only become apparent at the most critical time – when we go to sell a property.

Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 Finance Act 2014

TCA 2015 edition

Editor:  Kimberley Rowan
General Editor: Brian Keegan

Summary: Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 from Chartered Tax Library is the annotated text of the Taxes Consolidation Acts 1997, amended up to and including Finance Act 2014. This publication reflects the legislative amendments made to the income tax, corporation tax and capital gains tax codes by the various Finance Acts and other acts of the Oireachtas since 1997.

Capital Acquisitions Tax Consolidation Act 2003 & Stamp Duties Consolidation Act 1999 Finance Act 2014

CATCA & SDCA 2015 edition

Editor:  Kimberley Rowan
General Editor: Brian Keegan

Summary: This publication is the second title in the legislation series from Chartered Tax Library. It contains in one volume the annotated legislation for both the Capital Acquisitions Tax Consolidation Act 2003 and Stamp Duties Consolidation Act 1999 amended up to and including Finance Act 2014.

Value-Added Tax Consolidation Act 2010 Finance Act 2014

VATCA 2015 edition

Editor:  Kimberley Rowan
General Editor: Brian Keegan

Summary: From Chartered Tax Library, this is the annotated text of the Value-Added Tax Consolidation Act 2010 amended up to and including Finance Act 2014. The legislation is further annotated by references to Revenue Commissioners’ Tax Briefings, eBriefs, Information Notes and Statements of Practice. A concise analysis of Irish and international case law is included.

Corporate and Individual Tax Planning (Republic of Ireland) 2014–2015

FAE Core RoI 2014–2015Author: Chartered Accountants Ireland

Summary: Corporate and Individual Tax Planning (RoI) 2014–2015 is the FAE Core tax planning text. It consists of 10 chapters and suggested solutions to review questions. Corporate and Individual Tax Planning is one of the technical areas included within the FAE Core examination.

Business Decisions and Transaction Taxes (Republic of Ireland) 2014–2015

FAE Elective RoI 2014–2015Author: Chartered Accountants Ireland
Summary: Business Decisions and Transaction Taxes (RoI) 2014–2015 is an FAE Elective text. The FAE Elective provides an opportunity for students to focus some of their study in an area of particular interest or relevance. Students can choose between three elective courses: Audit & Assurance, Taxation, and Advanced Performance Measurement.

Corporate and Individual Tax Planning (Northern Ireland) 2014–2015

FAE Core NI 2014–2015Author: Chartered Accountants Ireland

Summary: Corporate and Individual Tax Planning (NI) 2014–2015 is the FAE Core tax planning text. It consists of 10 chapters and suggested solutions to review questions.


 

Business Decisions and Transaction Taxes (Northern Ireland) 2014–2015

FAE Elective 2014–2015Author: Chartered Accountants Ireland
Summary: Business Decisions and Transaction Taxes (NI) 2014–2015 is an FAE Elective text. The FAE Elective provides an opportunity for students to focus some of their study in an area of particular interest or relevance. Students can choose between three elective courses: Audit & Assurance, Taxation, and Advanced Performance Measurement.

Surviving Revenue Audits

Image: Surviving Revenue AuditsAuthor: Brian Keegan
Summary: Every business, large or small, will be subject at some stage to an audit, investigation or enquiry by the Revenue Commissioners. This complex area is governed by statute law, case law, codes of practice and precedent. This book draws together for the first time all of the key source material required to handle Revenue inspections professionally. The commentary and decision trees will help the reader take the right steps, from the first notification of an audit to the closing meetings and agreeing a settlement.

Taxation 1 (Republic of Ireland) 2014–2015 CA Proficiency 1

CAP 1 Taxation RoI 2014–2015Author: Chartered Accountants Ireland
Summary: Taxation 1 is the main taxation text for the CA Proficiency 1 level of Chartered Accountants Ireland Professional Course, covering income tax and VAT it is up-to-date to Finance (No. 2) Act 2013. 


 

 



Taxation 1 (Republic of Ireland) 2014–2015 Toolkit CA Proficiency 1

CAP 1 Taxation Toolkit RoI 2014–2015Author: Chartered Accountants Ireland
Summary: This text accompanies the main textbook Taxation 1 RoI 2014–2015 for students at CA Proficiency 1 level, dealing with income tax and VAT. 

Taxation 1 (Northern Ireland) 2014–2015 CA Proficiency 1

CAP 1 NI 2014–2015Author: Chartered Accountants Ireland

Summary: Taxation 1 (NI) 2014–2015 CAP 1 is the main taxation text for the CA Proficiency 1 level of Chartered Accountants Ireland Professional Course. The text deals in detail with Income Tax and Value-Added Tax, and is up-to-date to Finance Act 2014.

Taxation 1 (Northern Ireland) 2014–2015 Toolkit CA Proficiency 1

CAP 1 NI Toolkit 2014–2015Author: Chartered Accountants Ireland

Summary: This text accompanies the main textbook Taxation 1 (NI) 2014–2015 for students at CA Proficiency 1 level, and also deals with Income Tax and VAT. 

Taxation 2 (Northern Ireland) 2014–2015 CA Proficiency 2

CAP 2 NI 2014–2015Author: Chartered Accountants Ireland
Summary: Taxation 2 is the main taxation text for the CA Proficiency 2 level of Chartered Accountants Ireland Professional Course. The text deals in detail with Corporation Tax, Capital Gains Tax, Capital Acquisitions Tax and Stamp Duty, and is up-to-date to current legislation.

Taxation 2 (Northern Ireland) 2014–2015 Toolkit CA Proficiency 2

CAP 2 NI Toolkit 2014–2015Author: Chartered Accountants Ireland
Summary: This text accompanies the main textbook Taxation 2 (NI) 2014–2015 for students at CA Proficiency 2 level.

 

 

 

Taxation 2 (Republic of Ireland) 2014–2015 CA Proficiency 2

CAP 2 RoI 2014–2015 Author: Chartered Accountants Ireland
Summary: Taxation 2 is the principal tax textbook for the CA proficiency 2 level of Chartered Accountants Ireland professional course. 

The text deals in detail with Corporation Tax, Capital Gains Tax, Capital Acquisitions Tax and Stamp Duty, and is up-to-date to Finance (No. 2) Act 2013.

Taxation 2 (Republic of Ireland) 2014–2015 Toolkit CA Proficiency 2

CAP 2 Taxation RoI Toolkit 2014–2015Author: Chartered Accountants Ireland
Summary: This Toolkit accompanies the main textbook Taxation 2 (RoI) 2014–2015 for students at CA Proficiency 2 level.

 

 

 

Tax Gather & Check - Tax Checklists for 2014

Tax Gather & CheckThis popular tax toolkit contains 4 separate checklists on CD, designed to help you streamline your procedures and assist you in asking the right questions to capture essential details for 2014 Personal Tax and Corporation Tax returns in the Republic of Ireland.



Family Business book coverRecommended Reading
Family Business - A Survival Guide
By Kieran McCarthy

Family businesses can be found in every sector of the economy, in all shapes and sizes. Regardless of size, however, running a successful family business brings unique challenges which can affect its chances of survival and the transition to the next generation.

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Chartered Accountatns HouseChartered Accountants House, home of Chartered Accountants Ireland, is Dublin's newest and best equipped conferencing centre for business. Our facilities are now open and we invite you to visit.

 

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