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Commentary Sean Brodie Gabrielle Dillon Brian Butler
2010-08-01
Value-Added Tax has been completely updated for the 2008 edition. It contains a detailed analysis of the critical areas of VAT and their application to commerce, as well as commentary on Irish VAT law as set out in the VAT Act 1972-2008. The book has been updated for Finance Act 2008, as well as relevant Irish and EU case law and other legislation.
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Commentary George Reddin Gearoid Deegan Anne Bolster
2010-07-01
This 22st edition of "Income Tax", (incorporating the Finance Act 2009) provides a comprehensive commentary on the principles and practice of Irish income tax. It is set out in a user-friendly format, with extensive use of examples illustrating the detailed legislative provisions, Revenue practice and case law application.
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Commentary Marie Bradley John Cuddigan David Fennell Frank Mitchell Denis Herlihy
2010-05-01
FINAK is a commentary on all aspects of each year's Finance Act and is published jointly by the Irish Tax Institute, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland, the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland and ACCA Ireland. This edition provides a commentary on each section of the Act with detailed analysis, explanations and worked examples. It contains an introduction to the various parts of the Act, summarizing the new provisions introduced in each part.
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Commentary Julie Herlihy Paul Moore Helen O'Sullivan Michael Ryan
2010-07-01
Corporation Tax 2010 has been updated for Finance Act 2010. Relevant case law (Irish, EU and UK) is covered and there are hundreds of worked examples, many summary flowcharts, extracts from relevant Revenue materials, and extensive and topical commentary on corporate tax matters. Included in the book are detailed chapters dealing with a systematic approach to the preparation of Form CT1 and the accompanying corporate tax computation, which have proven to be of immense value to practitioners and students alike.
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Commentary Vincent McCullagh Frank Mitchell
2010-01-01
As of 1 July 2008, there will be a totally new set of rules governing VAT on property. This vital text has been completely re-written for 2008. The ninth edition of VAT on Property looks in detail at these new rules and how they will apply to transactions in property. It looks specifically at: the VAT treatment applying to the sale of a property; the VAT treatment applying to lettings; the Capital Goods Scheme; the transitional rules; and the impact of EU law on Irish property transactions.
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FINAK - Finance Act 2009 (FINAK - Finance Act 2009)

Commentary John Cuddigan David Fennell Kenneth McMoreland Frank Mitchell Denis Herlihy
2009-05-01
FINAK is a commentary on all aspects of each year's Finance Act and is published jointly by the Irish Tax Institute, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland, the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland and ACCA Ireland. This edition provides a commentary on each section of the Act with detailed analysis, explanations and worked examples. It contains an introduction to the various parts of the Act, summarizing the new provisions introduced in each part.
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Commentary Fergus Gannon Vincent McCullagh
2008-08-01
As of 1 July 2008, there will be a totally new set of rules governing VAT on property. This vital text has been completely re-written for 2008. The ninth edition of VAT on Property looks in detail at these new rules and how they will apply to transactions in property. It looks specifically at: the VAT treatment applying to the sale of a property; the VAT treatment applying to lettings; the Capital Goods Scheme; the transitional rules; and the impact of EU law on Irish property transactions.
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Commentary John Cuddigan Gabrielle Dillon David Fennell Ken McMoreland Dermot O'Brien Denis Herlihy
2008-05-01
FINAK is a commentary on all aspects of each year's Finance Act and is published jointly by the Irish Tax Institute, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland, the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland and ACCA Ireland. This edition provides a commentary on each section of the Act with detailed analysis, explanations and worked examples. It contains an introduction to the various parts of the Act, summarizing the new provisions introduced in each part.
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Commentary Hilary Walpole Brendan Murtagh
2007-07-01
When a marriage breaks down legal, financial and emotional issues have to be dealt with. The resolution of these issues may have tax implications: maintenance, division of assets, occupancy of family home, etc.. This book deals comprehensively with the tax consequences arising both from marriage and the different types of marital breakdown, and considers all the major taxes.
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Commentary John Condon
2007-06-01
Since its first publication in 1982, this book has become the standard reference work on this difficult area of taxation legislation. Its original format has been re-worked and reorganised so as to continue to explain the principles and practice of the tax (including the Discretionary Trust Tax) by way of a section-by-section commentary on the Capital Acquisitions Tax Act 2003 and on the provisions of the subsequent Finance Acts. It provides extensive use of examples, references to Revenue practice and case law.
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