Tax Book 2011

By: Taxworld  05/12/2011
Keywords: tax planning

taxbook 2011 is a complete commentary on the Irish tax code.

  • Updated with changes introduced by Finance Act 2011, Finance (No. 2) Act 2011 and Finance (No. 3) Act 2011.
  • Every section and subsection is explained in depth and our expert analysis is supported with thousands of practical examples.
  • With tax planning in mind, the book offers plenty of tips and helps to avoid possible tax planning pitfalls.
  • Written in a clear "you" style allows you to recycle information from the book straight into your client letters.
  • Easy to digest - every subsection begins with a question to help you understand the content.
  • Keywords: tax planning

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