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While you are adding up the expenses paid in the tax year for the P11D and P9D forms check your VAT records. If the goods or services provided to an employee are not used for business you cannot recover the VAT.
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As a contributor

I currently have contracts to update or write fresh material for the works listed below:

CCH Wolters Kluwer

  • The Accountant Diary 2011
  • Payroll Factbook
  • Company Secretary's Factbook

Bloomsbury Professional

  • Tax Planning 2010/11

Sweet and Maxwell

  • Company Directors Law and Liability
  • Franchising: Law and Practice
  • Whiteman & Sherry: Capital Gains
  • Whiteman & Sherry: Income Tax

LexisNexis UK

  • Tolley's Employer's Pay and Benefits Manual
  • Company Secretary's Link
  • Butterworths Corporate Law Service
  • Simons
  • Simons Planning
  • TolleyGuidance
  • Please contact me to discuss your content requirements

    In the past I have contributed to the following works listed below:

Sweet and Maxwell

  • Inland Revenue Clearances
  • Commercial Transaction Checklists
  • Land Taxation

Bloomsbury Professional

  • Revenue Law - Principles and Practice

Tax Faculty of ICAEW

    The following chapters were contributed as new material in the annual TAXline Tax Planning book:

  • 2004/05:Tax Benefits for Parents;
  • 2003/04:Disadvantaged Areas and business incentives;
  • 2002/03:Research And Development;
  • 2001/02:Capital Allowances;
  • 2000/01:Accounting Principles and Tax.

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