Tax Magic 2010 Hardback

By: Taxworld  05/12/2011
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Tax Magic 2010

Do you want the taxman to get as little as possible of your hard-earned cash?

Do you want to know the legal tax loopholes that can save you thousands of euro?

taxmagic is a straightforward guide to the Irish tax system for taxpayers, with a special emphasis on high earners and entrepreneurs. Packed with practical tips, it shows you how to avoid the traps and cut your tax bill.

• Completely updated to reflect all Finance Act 2010 changes

• NEW Feature! - Case Studies

• Practical examples given throughout

• Packed with useful tips

• Written in a user-friendly 'you' style

• ISBN 978-1-902065-37-3 | 350 pages (hardback)

• FREE post & packaging in Ireland


Keywords: tax

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