What Everyone Needs to Know about Tax: An Introduction to the UK Tax System

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You are paying much more in tax than you think you are What Everyone Needs to Know About Tax takes an entertaining and informative look at the UK tax system in all its glory to show you just how much you pay, how the money is collected and how it affects ordinary people every day.
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ISBN-13: 9781119375784
ISBN-10: 1119375789
Pagini: 168
Dimensiuni: 141 x 215 x 13 mm
Greutate: 0.23 kg
Editura: Wiley
Locul publicării: Chichester, United Kingdom

Public țintă

Primary Market:
Politically engaged general readers: they read about tax in the papers every day and want a more in–depth explanation of why it works the way it does. But they will insist on being entertained at the same time. They will enjoy both reading the book and becoming better informed.
Tax professionals: will give them a broad overview of the tax system.
Secondary Market:
Students: faced with having to assimilate vast amounts of information, they will find a gentle introduction to tax helpful for their studies and a welcome break from dry textbooks.
Financial professionals: tax affects pretty much everything they do, but no one has ever given them the big picture so they can fit all the pieces together.
The author estimates that EY UK recruit over 2000 trainees a year. About half go into audit, law or tax, and entrants into all three of these service lines will need to do professional exams on tax.
The book is aimed at UK readers who are likely to be either self–employed or working in professional firms. Those seeking an introduction to tax could be junior or middle ranking. As well as the estimated 50,000 tax professionals in the UK (with 17,000 members of the Chartered Institute of Taxation alone) and the same again at HMRC, other finance professionals want to understand more about taxation.