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Talk 1: An Introduction to Capital Allowances
 
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In this first talk, Ray Chidell – capital allowances expert and author of various books on the subject – introduces the series, gives an outline of the topics to be covered, and explains the first principles of claiming capital allowances. Ray looks at the meaning of capital expenditure, with reference to statutory provisions and the extensive case law, and with a particular focus on the case of British Insulated and Helsby Cables, and especially the concept of the “enduring benefit”. There is also a general overview of the Capital Allowances Act 2001. The two capital allowances books mentioned in the video are available at: http://www.claritaxbooks.com, and are discounted when bought together. This talk was sponsored by Six Forward Capital Allowances. © Claritax Books, 2015
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Phillip Taylor MBE review. Under the Wig
 
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CLEGG’S IMPRESSIVE MEMOIR ON HOW THE RIGHT TO A FAIR TRIAL HAS BEEN PUT AT RISK An appreciation by Elizabeth Robson Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers and Phillip Taylor MBE, Head of Chambers and Reviews Editor, “The Barrister” It is always a great privilege to review a contemporary legal memoir, especially in the dramatic area of criminal law. “Under the Wig” from Bill Clegg is no exception. His collection of reminiscences interspersed with his personal biography should be read by all aspiring barristers seeking to practice at the Criminal Bar today. It will be of considerable interest to applied criminologists and general readers with an interest in some of the “biggest” trials of recent years. “Balance” is what you get with Clegg’s approach and his special legal professionalism as one of our foremost criminal silks. And you get the answers to the usual questions advocates are asked: “how can you speak up for someone accused of a savage murder? How do you sway a jury? Or get a judge to drop a case?” These, and many other simple questions are brilliantly answered in “Under the Wig” revealing knowledge many did not know before. For the uninitiated, the publishers invite the reader to “meet London’s top murder case lawyer as he meets clients in prisons, confronts witnesses in packed courts — and frees innocent people jailed for decades”. Well, it is bit more than that. We liked the many tips throughout the book which any law student needing advocacy assistance will find invaluable, but we will not give you spoilers as you must read the book yourselves to see what we mean. And it is rightly described as a “vivid memoir”, because Bill revisits his most intriguing (and notorious) trials giving us new insight into what happened. The matters range from the acquittal of Colin Stagg to the murder of Jill Dando, and from Britain’s first Nazi war criminal to the man given life because of an “earprint” – yes, an earprint - which the Expert Witness Institute might find of interest as we don’t seem to have an earprint expert here. And between the factual reminiscences set out, Bill’s approach “lays bare the secrets of his profession” as well for those contemplating a legal career. We have all probably been there covering rivalry among barristers to the nervous moments before a verdict — and how our right to a fair trial is now in peril. So, as the publisher suggests, “switch off the TV dramas” and plunge yourselves “into the criminal law in action”. Clegg talks of these renowned matters with an advocate’s candour, including the murder of Rachel Nickell on Wimbledon Common; the Chillenden murders of Dr Lin Russell and Megan Russell; Private Lee Clegg (no relation as the press regularly pointed out in Belfast; Jill Dando; the first Nazi war crimes prosecution in the UK; Joanna Yeates; and the Rebekah Brooks Phone Hacking Trial. The possibility of damage to the rule of law with the right to a fair trial “put at risk” is the abiding memory we have at the end of the book- with “what I like doing more than anything else is reading a new case”, and “that moment when I am about to turn the first page still thrills”- it is the same for me and I don’t specialise in crime anymore as the adrenalin is there in civil justice, too. “Under the Wig” is one of the best memoirs of recent years. Thank you, Bill. The book was published in 3rd October 2018 and is also available as an ebook and an audiobook.
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Balmorhea – Remembrance – All is Wild, All is Silent (Delibal Soundtrack)
 
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UK Tax Disputes - HMRC & Accountancy (BBC Parliament)
 
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UK Parliament Channel here http://www.youtube.com/user/UKParliament Members of the Public Accounts Committee are taking evidence on tax disputes. Dave Hartnett is Permanent Secretary for Tax, HMRC. Jim Harra is Director General Business Tax, HMRC. Lin Homer is Chief Executive and Permanent Secretary, HMRC. Background: In the UK capital allowances are made when large corporations embark on capital investment in the country. Complications arise when branches of a group operate inside and outside the UK. 1 - According to the UK's 'debt cap' rules, when capital allowances and interest take away from a company's profit the HMRC looks more closely at the company's activities. If the company shows consistent profits in the UK for a number of years, and suddenly they turn into losses, something may be going wrong. 2 - A global company can use a loan mechanism to try and get their tax liabilities in low tax jurisdictions. The company can then export their profits made in the UK by taking loans from other countries at lower interest rates. This according to the government is classified as 'aggressive tax avoidance'. [Basically the company loans out its profits to a jurisdiction where the interest rate is much lower than in the UK, so that it pays less tax in the foreign country and far lower tax to the home country] 3 - HMRC is able to use its own judgement in their negotiations with large corporations to determine whether or not court proceedings are necessary to collect taxes owed to the government.
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Talk 2: Introduction to Plant & Machinery Allowances
 
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In this talk, capital allowances expert Ray Chidell provides an introduction to the topic of plant and machinery allowances. Ray’s main focus is on section 11 of the Capital Allowances Act 2001. He begins by looking at the meaning and significance of the concept of “qualifying activity”, explaining why the distinctions between the different activities can be important in practice. The talk also provides an introduction to the topic of “qualifying expenditure”, again by reference to section 11. Ray looks at the “general rule” and then at the various ways in which the general rule is modified. Ray’s two capital allowances books are available at: http://www.claritaxbooks.com. This talk was sponsored by Six Forward Capital Allowances. © Claritax Books, 2015
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Self Employed Tax  Calculator, Calculate Self Employment Deductions 2012, 2013
 
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Self Employed Tax Calculator, Calculate Self Employment Tax Deductions 2012, 2013 http://www.harborfinancialonline.com/
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Phillip Taylor MBE review. Forensic Science Evidence and Expert Witness Testimony
 
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BOOK REVIEW FORENSIC SCIENCE EVIDENCE AND EXPERT WITNESS TESTIMONY Reliability Through Reforms Editor by Paul Roberts and Michael Stockdale ISBN: 978 1 78811 102 7 (book) 978 1 78811 103 4 (ebook) EDWARD ELGAR PUBLISHING www.e-elgar.com www.elgaronline.com EXPERTS WILL FIND THIS NEW BOOK FROM EDWARD ELGAR A MOST USEFUL ADDITION FOR THEIR FORENSIC WORK An appreciation by Elizabeth Robson Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers and Phillip Taylor MBE, Head of Chambers and Reviews Editor, “The Barrister” The editors Paul Roberts and Michael Stockdale rightly proclaim in their new book that “forensic science evidence plays a pivotal role in modern criminal proceedings”. Absolutely true for much litigation today! However, the writers go on to comment that “such evidence poses intense practical and theoretical challenges” because “it can be unreliable or misleading and has been associated with miscarriages of justice”. In our view, for these reasons alone, our legal specialists who offer expert witness evidence in court will find this new title from Edward Elgar, entitled “Forensic Science Evidence and Expert Witness Testimony” a most useful addition to their library for the insights. It is both a thoughtful and an original book for practitioners – both lawyers and the experts who are instructed by them. Roberts and Stockdale bring together a global team of 18 prominent scholars and practitioners to offer sage advice for experts. Do start by reading the introduction from the editors. They explain that the book’s genesis arose from “a longstanding collaboration between scholars associated with the Northumbria Centre for Evidence and Criminal Justice Studies (NCECIS) – part of Northumbria Law School. The purpose of the work is to explore the contemporary challenges of forensic science evidence and expert witness testimony. The detail comes from a variety of theoretical, practical and jurisdictional perspectives which will be of great interest to members of the Expert Witness Institute (EWI). The sub-title of the work is “reliability through reform”, arriving as it does during a period of change for expert witnesses after the CPR reforms. The book encompasses the institutional organisation of forensic science, its procedural regulation, evaluation and reform, and it brims “with comparative insight” which we feel will be very helpful to those new to expert testimony, either offering it or using it as practitioners. The eBook version is priced from £22/$31. It’s available from Google Play and the ebooks website, and other ebook vendors available online, while in print the book can be ordered from the Elgar website. The book makes sense of forensic science evidence for a wide range of readers although there is one final point worth noting. The editors state that “even though detailed policy prescriptions will not be offered, the significance of evidential reliability and its contingent relationship with institutional practices are constantly, and diversely, reiterated” through the 13 chapters and the main introduction. It’s clearly required reading for anyone involved in the production of expert evidence today at any stage of the litigation process. The book was published on 15th August 2018 and is available in hardback and as an ebook.
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CAPM Capital Asset Pricing Model in 4 Easy Steps - What is Capital Asset Pricing Model Explained
 
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OMG wow! I'm SHOCKED how easy clicked here http://www.MBAbullshit.com for CAPM or Capital Asset Pricing Model. This is a model applied to indicate an investor's "expected return", or how much percentage profit a company investor ought to logically demand to be a "fair" return for making investments into a company. http://mbabullshit.com/blog/2011/08/06/capm-capital-asset-pricing-model/ To find this, yet another question can be queried: Just how much is the sound "decent" percentage % profit that a financier should probably receive if he invests in a business (having comparatively high risk) in contrast to putting his money in government bonds which might be regarded to be "risk free" and instead of putting his hard earned cash in the general share market presumed to offer "medium" risk? Visibly, it is almost only "fair" that in fact the investor receives a gain higher compared to the government bond percentage (due to the reason that the solitary enterprise possesses higher risk). It's moreover only just that he should expect a return larger than the broad stock exchange yield, because the specific business enterprise has higher risk compared to the "medium risk" general stock market. So just as before,how much exactly should this investor fairly receive as a smallest expected return? This is where the CAPM Model or Capital Asset Pricing Model comes in. The CAPM Formula includes all these variables simultaneously: riskiness of the individual firm depicted by its "beta", riskiness of the universal stock market, rate of interest a "risk free" government bond would give, as well as others... and then spits out an actual percent which your investor "should be allowed" to take for investing his or her hard earned money into this "riskier" single firm. This particularly exact percent is known as the "expected return", given that it can be the yield that he should "expect" or require to obtain if he invests his hard earned cash into a specific firm. This precise percentage is known as the "cost of equity". The CAPM Model or CAPM Formula looks something like this: Expected Return = Govt. Bond Rate + (Risk represented by "Beta")(General Stock Market Return --Govt. Bond Rate) Utilizing this formula, you are able to see the theoretically exact rate of return theindividual business enterprise investor ought to reasonably expect for his or her investment, if the CAPM Model or Capital Asset Pricing Model is to be held. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWsEJYPSw0k What is CAPM? What is the Capital Asset Pricing Model?
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2014 TAX3701 Question 3
 
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This video assists students with the completion of Question 3 of Tutorial letter 201/2014. The approach to answering a capital gains tax question is discussed. The base cost of an asset purchased prior to 1 October 2001 (paragraph 26 and paragraph 27) and on/after 1 October 2001, recoupments, tax values etc. are briefly explained.
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Phillip Taylor MBE review. Keating on Offshore Construction & Marine Engineering Contracts
 
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BOOK REVIEW KEATING ON OFFSHORE CONSTRUCTION AND MARINE ENGINEERING CONTRACTS 2nd edition General Editor: Adam Constable QC ISBN: 978 0 41406 558 1 SWEET & MAXWELL/THOMSON REUTERS www.sweetandmaxwell.co.uk THE CHALLENGES OF CONSTRUCTION IN THE CRUEL SEA An appreciation by Elizabeth Robson Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers and Phillip Taylor MBE, Head of Chambers and Reviews Editor, “The Barrister” For lawyers looking for a truly challenging and multi-faceted area of law, this is it: offshore construction and engineering contracts. Those already embroiled in the complexities of this subject will be more than pleased — indeed relieved — to know that Sweet & Maxwell Thomson Reuters have published a new second edition of this now well-established text. This is a definitive work radically updated in response to several recent developments, two, as Nicholas Hamblen and Vivian Ramsey point out in the Foreword. One is the oil prices crash; the second is the demand for renewable energy, which has certainly increased the number of wind farms, many of them offshore. It appears that exploration and drilling in several areas have now become uneconomic, leaving oil companies with the problems of termination: hire charge disputes, dismantling, decommissioning, removing and so forth — with all the resulting contractual problems. Also explained in some detail are the challenges of the sea, (not mentioning its frequent fury and unpredictability) which obviously impact on anything constructed —or deconstructed — offshore. Offshore construction then, is a discipline which links traditional onshore construction with shipbuilding. There is therefore an overlap, as the editors point out, between the Commercial Courts and the Technology and Construction Courts, both based in London in the Rolls Building. And let’s not forget about those wind farms. You may or may not approve of them as you drive by, but those monstrous whirling turbines pose problems in construction, (particularly their foundations) especially offshore. The book discusses, for instance, the case in 2015 of M T Holgaard which involved certain design obligations in offshore wind farms and elaborates on the UK Supreme Court’s decision in the matter. This of course is only one example of the wealth of new material contained in this edition, including new standard forms, notably the NEC — New Engineering Contract — which, in its new approach, stresses such issues as the management of risks. Also, in this new edition are commentaries on other major developments in general law relating to key topics such as liquidated damages… claims for interest… issues relating to payment and transfer of title and much more, all of which this book of almost 800 pages covers with commendable clarity. Reference material includes tables of cases and statutes, as well as extensive footnoting throughout and no less than seven appendices. For practitioners as well as academics wishing to enhance their understanding of this highly specialised, yet broad-based area of law, this meticulously updated edition of Keating is a helpful and indeed an essential acquisition. The book was published in 20th November 2018.
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LSBF ACCA F6: Introduction to Capital Allowance Part 1
 
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London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) Please visit http://www.LSBF.org.uk/programmes/professional/acca Carolyn Napier presents an Introduction to Capital Allowance, from the ACCA F6 exam. Watch now for an overview of this topic. Part 1 of 2. The London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) is a dynamic educational institution delivering undergraduate, postgraduate and professional qualifications. Our innovative programmes are constantly reviewed to ensure they accurately reflect the conditions of the global economy, and we offer the flexibility to tailor your studies to suit your own career aspirations. To learn more about LSBF, watch some of our videos: LSBF: An Introduction - http://bit.ly/wMBpVh Our Undergraduate programmes: http://bit.ly/y5SrBr Our Postgraduate programmes: http://bit.ly/ygeGN8 Our Professional Courses: http://bit.ly/vE9fJk Our Revolutionary MBA: http://bit.ly/upvJ9h
Value Added Tax
 
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Download the Show Notes: http://www.mindset.co.za/learn/sites/files/LXL2013/LXL_Gr12Accounting_15_Value%20Added%20Tax_23May.pdf In this live Grade 12 Accounting show we take a close look at Value Added Tax. In this lesson we look at various theories & concepts relating to VAT. We discuss how to calculate VAT as well as how to enter VAT in the relevant ledger accounts. Visit the Learn Xtra Website: http://www.learnxtra.co.za View the Learn Xtra Live Schedule: http://www.learnxtra.co.za/live Join us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/learnxtra Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/learnxtra ( E00198140 )
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Phillip Taylor MBE review. World Stock Exchanges
 
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BOOK REVIEW WORLD STOCK EXCHANGES A Practical Guide 2nd edition Consulting Editor: Hugh Maule ISBN: 978 1 78742 144 8 GLOBE LAW AND BUSINESS LTD www.GlobeLawandBusiness.com __________________________________________________ AN EFFICIENT AND AUTHORITATIVE GUIDE TO THE WORLD’S MAJOR STOCK EXCHANGES — NOW IN A NEW EDITION An appreciation by Elizabeth Robson Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers and Phillip Taylor MBE, Head of Chambers and Reviews Editor, “The Barrister” For companies seeking a listing on a stock exchange in order to acquire a relatively reliable source of working capital, this book from Globe Law and Business, with its global perspective, is quite a find. Now in a new second edition, it functions as an information rich, efficient and authoritative guide to the world’s major stock exchanges, from Australia, to the UK and the United States. Editor Hugh Maule, who also writes the two chapters on the London Stock Exchange, has assigned a team of some twenty-three expert contributors to the task, most holding senior positions in some of the world’s top law firms. Each offers the benefit of special expertise, as well as local knowledge of the area in which each stock exchange is based. Besides the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), the London Stock Exchange (plus AIM), plus the New York Stock Exchange (plus Nasdaq) already referred to, there are quite a few more based in — and here’s the list — Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Japan, The Netherlands, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). This is a by no means exhaustive list. There are a lot more, mainly smaller, exchanges. But those featured in this guide are the most prominent, thereby enabling companies and their advisers to compare off the merits of each. Fortunately for the time-poor reader, this guide is logically organised and convenient to use. Most chapters open with an overview or introduction, proceeding from there to an often detailed and certainly informative analysis of the salient facts pertaining to each exchange, including a summary its history and background. Typically, each chapter will discuss such areas as the legislative/regulatory framework and the principal requirements by which a company can obtain a listing. These include eligibility requirements, details of documentation and other matters such as financial information, corporate governance and much more, notably the complex web of procedures needed to secure a flotation. ‘Stock markets around the world provide a vital function in the overall fabric of business and society,’ says Hugh Maule, ‘providing the structure for the investment needs and requirements for pension funds, insurance funds and other investment businesses as well as retail investors with those companies who seek and maintain a listing of their shares.’ ‘This book provides authoritative assistance,’ he adds, ‘in the understanding of how these stock markets work.’ And, indeed, it does. If you called the book a comparison site in print of world stock exchanges, you wouldn’t be too far wrong. As well as lawyers and accountants, bankers, brokers and certainly financial advisers will find this book indispensable. But note the word of caution from the publishers that legal advice should be sought before taking any action based on the information provided. The date of publication is cited as at 8th November 2018.
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All Taxpayers. Possible tax deductions to claim. | Online Tax Australia
 
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http://www.onlinetaxaustralia.com.au/ - Tips on Australian Tax In this video we go through a list of items that you can claim on your tax return in Australia to help you claim your tax deductions, pay less tax and hopefully obtain a tax refund. These deductions are applicable for tax return in Australia Online Tax Australia Tips on Australian Tax Series, we talk about: How to deduct tax How to pay less tax How to reduce tax How to get more from your tax return Available Tax Deductions Video Produced by: http://creativa.com.au/
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Capital Allowances explained from Arthur Kemp www.exactbusiness.co.uk
 
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Arthur Kemp's presentation explaining Capital Allowances to the Platinum Property Partners, a property investment franchise. At the Oxford Belfry Hotel in January. Information about Tax relief for commercial property owners is available on our website www.exactbusiness.co.uk or via our blog www.exactblog.co.uk. Further items relating to tax refunds, Capital Allowances and property related tax relief are also available on our monthly newsletter. Sign up at our blog page. 0845 467 2765. This video was kindly provided by Platinum Property Partners - http://bit.ly/W6gPcU
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Talk 32: Cars (continued)
 
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In this second video looking at the special capital allowances rules for cars, specialist Ray Chidell looks at the implications where a particular vehicle is classified as a car rather than as a van or as something else. Ray considers annual investment allowances and (briefly) first-year allowances, before focusing on the criteria for allocating cars to either the main rate or the special rate pool. Ray looks at the delayed tax relief where cars are sold and comments on the HMRC view that a restriction may still be applied for very expensive cars. Ray ends with a reminder that capital allowances are not given for cars owned by employees, even when used for work purposes. To receive a weekly notification as each talk is made available, email [email protected] The 2015-16 editions of Ray’s two capital allowances books are now available from: http://www.claritaxbooks.com. This talk was sponsored by Six Forward Capital Allowances. © Claritax Books, 2015
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Phillip Taylor MBE review. Lowndes & Rudolf: The Law of General Average
 
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BOOK REVIEW LOWNDES & RUDOLF: THE LAW OF GENERAL AVERAGE AND THE YORK-ANTWERP RULES 15th edition By R R Cornah, R C G Sarll, and J B Shead ISBN: 978 0 41405 704 3 SWEET & MAXWELL/THOMSON REUTERS www.sweetandmaxwell.co.uk SINCE 1873, THE ESSENTIAL REFERENCE FOR SHIPPING LAWYERS — NOW IN A NEW 15TH EDITION FROM SWEET & MAXWELL An appreciation by Elizabeth Robson Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers and Phillip Taylor MBE, Head of Chambers and Reviews Editor, “The Barrister” Even if you’re not a specialist in shipping law, you must admit that it never ceases to fascinate, combining as it does complexity, practicality and a couple of millennia of history too. The editors have been meticulous throughout in making sure that the intricacies of the subject matter are understood. Published by Sweet & Maxwell and Thomson Reuters, ‘Lowndes & Rudolf’ now emerges in a new edition, the fifteenth since the first edition of 1873 by Richard Lowndes. As a work of reference for practitioners — and indeed all who are involved in shipping law — this book truly excels. It incorporates the developments that have taken place since the publication of the previous edition of 2013. Most importantly it reflects the changes that have led to the production of the 2016 Rules, the fortunate result of a consensus, so to speak, by the International Union of Marine Insurance and the International Chamber of Shipping/BIMCO. The special expertise of the editorial team is impressive. R R Cornah, (who has presided over the previous two editions of 2008 and 2013) is an Honorary Fellow of the Association of Average Adjusters and Titular Member of the Comite Maritime International (CMI), noted as ‘the custodian of the York-Antwerp Rules’. R C G Sarll is a barrister of the Middle Temple and J B Shead is a Senior Associate of the Association of Average Adjusters. Commendably, but not surprisingly, the book offers both global and historical perspectives on shipping law, informing us from the outset that ‘the first known statement of the law of general average’ is ‘a fragment of ancient Greek legislation which forms the text from a chapter in the Digest of Justinian’. ‘The Rhodian law decrees,’ says this document, ‘that if I order to lighten a ship, merchandise has been thrown overboard; that which has been given for all should be replaced by the contribution of all.’ (Rhodes was a maritime state, we are reminded and regarded as ‘mistress of the sea.’) Any confusion here about the meaning and significance of key terms like ‘general average’ is dealt by the clarity of the commentary and illustrative figured examples. Also, very helpful is the comprehensive coverage of recent developments in general average cases, including the Longchamp — and the references to the ‘CMI Guidelines’ which were agreed at the 2016 CMI Conference in New York. These have proved useful, say the editors, in explaining general average and the collection of commercial interests involved in a major casualty. Fortunately for practitioners, this definitive work of reference contains a wealth of research resources, including extensive tables of cases and statutes, detailed footnoting and five appendices. Appendix 4, for instance, contains key documents, including Lloyd’s Average Bond and Lloyd’s Standard Form of Salvage Agreement. It is in Appendix 5 that you’ll find the CMI Guidelines Relating to General Average. Throughout its long and distinguished publishing history, this classic text has been an essential reference for shipping lawyers and continues to be so. Indeed, any lawyer interested in this field will regard this latest edition of Lowndes and Rudolf as a must-have purchase. The book was published on 20th November 2018.
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How capital gains tax works - MoneyWeek Investment Tutorials
 
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Before you sell an investment, you need to think about the tax on any profits you make. In this video, Tim Bennett introduces capital gains tax.
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2014 TAX2601 Question 4
 
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This video assists students with the completion of Question 4 of Tutorial letter 201/2014. This question looks at the various capital allowances which include the manufacturing assets allowances, the wear and tear allowance and building allowances that are available to entities.
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Tolley Tax Tutor - Introduction to the UK Tax System
 
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Tolley presents a audio-visual lecture on "Introduction to the UK Tax System". This online lecture is part of the Tolley Tax Tutor offering. For more information on Tolley Tax Tutor and other lectures we offer, please visit www.tolley.co.uk/tax-tutor In this audio-visual lecture will cover the following areas: − the various taxes levied in the UK; − the period for which income tax is charged; − the categorisation of sources of income; − the sources of income that are exempt from income tax.
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Phillip Taylor MBE review. Equal Pay: Law and Practice
 
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BOOK REVIEW EQUAL PAY: LAW AND PRACTICE By Daphne Romney QC ISBN: 978 0 19881 600 3 OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS www.oup.com “SADLY, INTERMINABLE EQUAL PAY CLAIMS CONTINUE” … WRITES DAPHNE ROMNEY QC IN HER EXCELLENT “GOLDEN THREAD IN A LEGAL MAZE” OFFERING A MODERN STATEMENT ON THE LAW & PRACTICE OF EQUAL PAY FROM OUP An appreciation by Elizabeth Robson Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers and Phillip Taylor MBE, Head of Chambers and Reviews Editor, “The Barrister” Just pick up any newspaper any day of the week and there will probably be a story somewhere about the continuing unfairness concerning pay rates for the job, mainly based on whether it is about a man or a woman. And yet, we still do next to nothing about this glaring inequality in many areas of business. So, we welcome this new book on the subject from Oxford University Press. The title “seeks to guide litigants on both sides through the quagmire”, says Daphne Romney QC, explaining “the law and the procedure to be followed, particularly in the field of mass equal value claims”. Do begin by reading Stephen Sedley’s Preface before you embark on the book itself as he sets the scene brilliantly and is well-known to many people for his forthright views. We found that “Romney on Equal Pay” gave us, as lawyers and advisers, an authoritative and contemporary statement on where we are at present on the main issue of equal pay although there is still much work to accomplish. As Romney says, “the legal landscape for equal pay has evolved significantly in recent years”. And, of course, the perception of equal pay continues to be raised by the introduction of compulsory gender pay reporting in the form of the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2010 and the Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties and Public Authorities) Regulations 2017. Sadly, we still have shameful inequality in places, but some legislative measures have worked. What we found most useful in the book are the case-law authorities which involve high-profile equal pay claims against employers in the private sector. These decisions are rightly described as “blazing the way for similar claims to be brought by other women employed in typically female jobs against comparators employed in typically male jobs in any company or business”. Very useful information for the practitioner! “Equal Pay” is rightly described as a comprehensive guide to contemporary practice in this field. A brief overview of the reasons for the existence of the “Gender Pay Gap” is followed by a comprehensive explanation of the law and examination of the 2017 Regulations. The work offers us detailed and practical assistance on conducting and defending equal pay claims. There is also useful consideration of the disclosure of appropriate documents in such cases. To conclude, the book also raises discussion of the possible implications of Brexit on the future of equal pay law as a time of great uncertainty for business. “Equal Pay” is best described a definitive text of its field, giving extensive guidance based on first-hand experience that is useful to both employers and employees and their representatives involved in equal pay cases. We consider the book that will rapidly develop as an essential purchase for practitioners and undergraduates, as well as researchers, employers, employees, human resource personnel, and journalists with a professional interest in the law and practice of equal pay. Let us just hope firm action is taken to remedy the continued abuse of pay levels based on gender as the century unfolds and Daphne Romney’s excellent efforts unveiling the law and practice on equal pay here do not go unrecognised in the future. The book was published as a first edition on 15th August 2018.
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Capital Cost Allowance Calculation #2
 
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CCA example shows the calculation of CCA using the half year rule for additions during the year. The half year adjustment is calculated by 1/2 of (Additions minus Disposals) for the year. (2nd of 4 lectures)
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P6 & F6 - Capital Allowance - Non Commercial Motor Vehicle with HP
 
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This example illustrates how to compute CA for non-commercial motor vehicle when Hire Purchase option is being used. It further illustrates how to determine the balancing charge/balancing allowance when it is being disposed. Feel free to read my Blog at lowchinann.blogspot.com ACCA @ MCKL For more information on Methodist College Kuala Lumpur, please visit: www.mckl.edu.my Details of ACCA @ MCKL can be obtained from the link: https://www.mckl.edu.my/course/16/ACCA-Qualification-(Full-Time)/ www.acca2u.com www.facebook.com/acca2u If you appreciate our video - give us a "LIKE" or "Thumbs Up Review" at Google/Facebook. Thank you so very much. Low Chin Ann currently lectures ACCA @ MCKL (Methodist College Kuala Lumpur) and Johor Citypro College
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Tolley's Yellow Tax Handbook 2014 2015
 
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BOOK REVIEW TOLLEY’S YELLOW TAX HANDBOOK 2014-2015 55th edition Consulting Editor: Anne Redston Tolley LexisNexis ISBN: Part 1a 978 1 4057 8802 1 Part 1b 978 1 4057 8803 8 Part 1c 978 1 4057 8804 5 Part 2 978 1 4957 8805 2 Part 3 978 1 4957 8806 9 ISBN: Overall set 978 1 4057 8801 4 www.lexisnexis.co.uk INDISPENSABLE FOR PRACTITIONERS… TOLLEY’S YELLOW TAX HANDBOOK 2014-2015 IS OUT NOW, WITH THE FOCUS ON TAX AVOIDANCE An Appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Now in its fifty-fifth edition, Tolley’s Yellow Tax Handbook 2014-2015 comes in five volumes and, without a doubt, remains the definitive and complete guide to all UK tax. If you’re a practitioner or adviser involved professionally in any matters relating to UK tax, you need these indispensable volumes, particularly this year, during which the spotlight has focused on one issue in particular: tax avoidance. Published annually by Tolley/LexisNexis, this massive, multi-volume work of reference contains the tax legislation currently in force. It incorporates the changes wrought by the Finance Act 2014, as well as statutory instruments and other relevant and vital material, including statements of practice and published official interpretations. This and other new material will help keep practitioners abreast of the developments that have occurred since the last edition, with the provisions cross-referenced for maximum ease of use. As the consultant editor, Anne Redston, points out, the emphasis this year is on tax avoidance and the ‘radical collection of measures’ contained in the Finance Act 2014, ‘which change the tax planning landscape’. You have been warned! Professor Redston’s preface, which is well worth reading, makes a succinct statement about the impact of the new rules, which, as she explains, are ‘designed to squeeze cash out of avoidance schemes’. The new Accelerated Payment Notice (APN) rules are mentioned, together with the fact that there is no free-standing right of appeal against an APN. Then there are the ‘follower notices’ which ultimately ‘work in tandem with APNs,’ adds Redston ‘to remove the cash flow advantage currently enjoyed by most direct tax planning.’ Endorsed by the Chartered Institute of Taxation, the Handbook covers in Parts 1a, 1b and 1c the UK statutes relating to income tax, corporation tax and capital gains tax, up to and including the Finance Act 2014. Part 2 includes statutory instruments, EC legislation, concessions, statements of practice, official interpretations and decisions, selected press releases and miscellaneous material. Inheritance tax, NI Contributions, tax credits and petroleum revenue tax are included in Part 3, along with destination tables for consolidation statutes. Together with its companion ‘Orange’ Handbook, also published by Tolley/LexisNexis, this ‘Yellow’ Handbook provides the most indispensable, reliable, and up-to-date position on tax now available to practitioners. Those needing to pursue the subject matter in depth will appreciate the meticulous annotations and cross references to HMRC manuals (published online) and other authoritative tax reference sources. The information presented in this edition is at 17th July 2014. Also see the helpful Publishers’ Note at the front.
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Guide to the W4 Tax Form Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate - TurboTax Tax Tip Video
 
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https://turbotax.intuit.com When you started your last job, do you remember filling out a W-4 form? It may have been one of many documents you had to complete for your employer, but because you can update it at any time, you may want to think about submitting a new one. Watch this video to learn why updating your W-4 can save you money. TurboTax Home: https://turbotax.intuit.com TurboTax Support: https://ttlc.intuit.com/ TurboTax Blog: http://blog.turbotax.intuit.com TurboTax Twitter: https://twitter.com/turbotax TurboTax Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TurboTax TurboTax Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/turbotax/ TurboTax Tumblr: http://turbotax.tumblr.com/
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Phillip Taylor MBE review. Social Media in Business Development & Relationship Management
 
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BOOK REVIEW SOCIAL MEDIA IN BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT: A GUIDE FOR LAWYERS A Special Report By Kim Tasso ISBN: 978 1 78742 236 0 GLOBE LAW AND BUSINESS LTD Law firm management insights www.globelawandbusiness.com PRACTICAL INTRODUCTORY ADVICE ON SOCIAL MEDIA FOR LAWYERS An appreciation by Elizabeth Robson Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers and Phillip Taylor MBE, Head of Chambers and Reviews Editor, “The Barrister” Globe Law and Business excel with their special reports directed specifically at core business workers in the legal world at a time of technological change. This new guide from Kim Tasso has the intriguing title of “Social Media in Business Development and Relationship Management”. What management consultant Tasso provides for us here is a practical, hands-on introduction to social media for lawyers at a time when the issue is rising very fast up the political agenda. By avoiding technical details and jargon, this report “offers a pragmatic guide on how all lawyers – irrespective of industry sector, firm size or client base – can successfully integrate social media into their marketing, business development and client relationship management programmes”. In our view it is just what is required whilst social media becomes a more established part of the promotional policy of law firms and chambers. What the report gives us, as lawyers, is essential contemporary information on the benefits and risks of social media in the legal sector at a time of crucial change. Tasso examines the social media platforms used by many law firms including very well-known ones such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. The author also gives us a useful overview of those less frequently used platforms – enabling us to make an informed choice in what can be confusing subject-matter for older professionals and those seeking a much better understanding of how this media actually works. We found the practical advice given for setting up and using social media “as an integral part of a lawyer’s business development activity” to be particularly helpful for modern practice. The report also offers guidance on how to write what she calls “great blogs and social media posts”, and how your business might integrate social media into a structured content management plan which will support the business development objectives you have set yourselves. The report also examines how central systems, technology and support can be tailored to ensure that social media will promote an effective part of a firm’s business development programs to grow your business against fierce competition in the post-Brexit 21st century. In addition to members of the legal profession at any level of expertise, we think that the advice given here makes essential reading for marketing and human resource professionals in law firms who need to ensure the effective and sustainable use of social media for their medium and longer-term development plans. We found that Tasso offers original and compelling advice on how you can understand and benefit from what was originally a trendy craze but is now an important business tool. The report was published in paperback on 30th November 2018.
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Making maximum use of the Annual Investment Allowance
 
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Tim Gregory, a partner in the Landed Estates Group at Saffery Champness, emphasises the importance of the Annual Investment Allowance to farmers and rural businesses. Tim’s example highlights the pitfalls that can occur if assets are purchased at the wrong time.
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Phillip Taylor MBE review. The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Law
 
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BOOK REVIEW THE OXFORD HANDBOOK OF ISLAMIC LAW Edited by Anver M Emon and Rumee Ahmed ISBN: 978 0 19967 901 0 OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS www.oup.com FUNDAMENTAL REFERENCE MATERIAL ON ALL ASPECTS OF ISLAMIC LAW An appreciation by Elizabeth Robson Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers and Phillip Taylor MBE, Head of Chambers and Reviews Editor, “The Barrister” The “Oxford Handbook” series from Oxford University Press have an established reputation with a standard of excellence unsurpassed throughout the academic and legal world. Indeed, for both academics and practitioners alike will find this new work on Islamic Law of fundamental importance in the twenty-first century. Therefore, the OUP title, “The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Law”, which has been edited by Anver Emon and Rumee Ahmed is no exception to the lengthening list of the Oxford handbooks. The purpose of the book is to introduce the reader to subject-matter many will have little detailed knowledge of although they are affected by it. It is highly relevant to a wide range of readers as well, both lawyers and non-lawyers alike, consisting of five main parts and 35 specific chapters. And it is a title which provides a comprehensive survey of the contemporary study of Islamic law and a critical analysis of its deficiencies. It has been compiled and written by 36 outstanding senior and emerging scholars in their fields within this substantive law area. We agree that “it offers an innovative historiographical examination of the field of Islamic law” and conclude that it is an ideal introduction to key personalities and concepts in this legal area. Whilst capturing the state of contemporary Islamic legal studies by “chronicling how far the field has come”, the handbook also goes on to explain why certain debates appear to recur. Such an explanation is most useful and indicates some of the fundamental gaps in our knowledge, especially those who are relatively new to the topic. We found it refreshing to see that each chapter gives what the editors call “bold new avenues for research”. Therefore, as a research tool, we think it will help readers “appreciate the contested nature of key concepts and topics in Islamic law”. And we would add that much of this area remains relatively unknown to many within English jurisprudence although the primary audience for the work is based in North America. This handbook is clearly set to be a major modern reference work for scholars and students of Islam and Islamic law for years to come. The two North American Professors are to be thanked for producing over a 1,000-pages of scholarship which will help those who “regularly confront artificial limits imposed by the disciplinary formation (s) of Islamic legal studies”. We are fortunate, indeed, to have this new work available to us. The contributors focus on such studies “because of the way it captures myriad Islamic legal fantasies”, adding “some of which would be utterly humourous” if it were not for the fact that they inform actual state policies that target the civil liberties of Muslims across the globe, particularly North America. Thank you very much for a most erudite piece of scholarship. The book was published on 15th August 2018.
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What does my tax code mean?
 
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An employee's tax code is used by employer's to calculate the amount of income tax that must be deducted from an employee's salary. A tax code is the mechanism by which "pay as you earn" is operated in the UK, making it possible for most employee's to have paid the right amount of income tax by the end of each tax year. As a result, most employees in the UK do not have to complete an income tax return form. The number part of a tax code indicates to your employer how much is allowed against your earnings before calculating income tax. The Government sets the personal tax allowance, available to every employee, in advance of the start of each tax year. It was 747 in 2011 and 647 in 2009 and 2010. If the number part of your code was lower than 747 in 2011, it may be that you owe tax, perhaps because you received some taxable benefits from your employer in the previous tax year. You will pay the extra tax during the current tax year. If the number part of your code was higher than 747 in 2011, this is probably because you are also entitled to another tax allowance, such as the married couple's allowance or the blind person's allowance. Or you may have overpaid tax in an earlier year and you have chosen to have the tax refunded in your pay rather than as a lump sum. You are not given all of your "tax-free pay" for the year in one go. Rather, it's divided equally across your pay periods throughout the tax year. You get a monthly free pay amount of £416.67 for every 500 in your tax code or £96.16 per week for every 500 in your tax code. This is called the frequency factor for free-pay, these value do not change and your tax code is the only variable in calculating free-pay. (500 x £10 / 52 (rounded to 1p above) = £ 96.16 (500 x £10 / 12 (rounded to 1p above) = £416.67 You can work out your free-pay using these simple steps. Step1: record the integer part of (Tax Code divided by 500) Step2: record the absolute value of (Tax Code minus (500 x Step1s result)) Free-Pay: is 416.67(monthly) or 96.16(weekly) times Step1, plus rounded up(((Step2 times 10) plus 9) / 12(monthly) or 52(weekly)). Note: Rounding up means that even if you have a value of 206.583 it is rounded to 206.59. Example Monthly Tax code 747L: Step1: INT(747 / 500) = 1 Step2: ABS(747 - (500 x 1) = 247 Free-Pay: 416.67 x 1 + Rounded Up(((247 x 10) + 9) / 12) = £623.26 per month. Example Weekly Tax code 747L: Step1: INT(747 / 500) = 1 Step2: ABS(747 - (500 x 1) = 247 Free-Pay: 96.16 x 1 + Rounded Up(((247 x 10) + 9) / 52) = £143.84 per week.
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Talk 24: Budget special – Annual Investment Allowances
 
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In this video, capital allowances specialist Ray Chidell looks at capital allowances issues arising in the recent summer Budget. Ray’s main focus is on the forthcoming reduction in the level of the annual investment allowance. He considers the transitional rules that apply for chargeable periods spanning 1 January 2016 and illustrates those rules with a worked example. Ray also picks up another change, announced at the time of the Budget, that will affect residential landlords. To receive a weekly notification as each talk is made available, email [email protected] Ray’s two capital allowances books are available at: http://www.claritaxbooks.com. This talk was sponsored by Six Forward Capital Allowances. © Claritax Books, 2015
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Phillip Taylor MBE review. European Energy Law Report Volume XII
 
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BOOK REVIEW EUROPEAN ENERGY LAW REPORT VOLUME XII Editors: Martha M Roggenkamp and Catherine Banet ISBN: 978 1 78068 672 1 INTERSENTIA www.intersentia.com ENERGY SUPPLIES POST BREXIT: THE NEW ‘EUROPEAN ENERGY LAW REPORT’ RINGS AT LEAST A FEW ALARM BELLS An appreciation by Elizabeth Robson Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers and Phillip Taylor MBE, Head of Chambers and Reviews Editor, “The Barrister” When first you switch on the lights in your home or office, it may or may not occur to you to wonder where the energy for this instant availability comes from. The awkward answer - if you live and work in the UK - is that the bulk of the UK’s electricity supply is imported, as this latest European Energy Law Report from Intersentia makes clear. UK residents, who get their electricity bills from EDF, for example, won’t need too much convincing on this point, recalling that EDF means ‘Electricite de France.’ How then and in what way will UK consumers of energy be affected by Brexit? There’s no one answer to this one as the longer-term results of Brexit will be revealed only in time. But on opening this Report, you are presented with the first of its thirteen chapters (from 17 expert contributors) which offers up a scary title: “Brexit and its Impact on the Energy Sectors. Pulling the Plug?” by author Silke Goldberg. Dr. Goldberg, a partner at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, offers a carefully research analysis of the possible and probable impact of Brexit on the UK in respect of energy sources. The facts involved are of course, interspersed with quite a lot of speculation, as anything to do with Brexit is fraught with uncertainty. Nonetheless, certain facts speak for themselves. As we are reminded by Dr. Goldberg, ‘…the UK electricity market is highly interconnected,’ relying as it does on electricity flow from France, from where the UK imports up to 2GW. (Gigawatts). While admitting that physical disconnection of the UK and EU electricity markets is highly unlikely, Dr. Goldberg warns that ‘Brexit may still negatively impact on energy trading and therefore on UK energy security, as the UK is a net importer of electricity.’ As an overview of - in the words of the editors - ‘the most important developments in the field of international, EU, and national energy and climate law,’ this book has certainly done its job, the common thread throughout being ‘the promotion of renewable energy sources.’ Divided into five parts, then book covers such matters as, of course, EU energy law, including case law…renewable energy production, particularly cross-border issues and dispute resolution…and energy consumers and “prosumers”. (The book explains what this means). Of interest are the sections on capacity markets and mechanisms which include a chapter on capacity markets in Great Britain. Also note the final section on promoting the use of sustainable gas and security of gas supply, with reference to EU and German perspectives. Mitigating the effects of climate change also looms large as a topic of note in what is an impressive Report, which should certainly attract the attention of environmental lawyers as well as the general reader seeking authoritative commentary on energy matters and the inherent legal issues. The publication date is cited as at 20th November 2018.
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Advanced Tax (UK) exam technique: capital gains tax
 
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Steve Singleton from Kaplan Financial outlines how to approach capital gains tax questions in an Advanced Tax exam using previous exam questions as examples For more information about ACCA and to apply now go to: http://www.accaglobal.com
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F6 / P6 - Capital Allowances
 
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This lecture will cover "Misc" issues of CA like (1) Disposal (2) Small value Asset (3) Short Life Asset Feel free to read my Blog at lowchinann.blogspot.com Low Chin Ann currently lectures ACCA @ MCKL (Methodist College Kuala Lumpur) and Johor Citypro College ACCA @ MCKL For more information on Methodist College Kuala Lumpur, please visit: www.mckl.edu.my Details of ACCA @ MCKL can be obtained from the link: https://www.mckl.edu.my/course/16/ACCA-Qualification-(Full-Time)/ www.acca2u.com www.facebook.com/acca2u If you appreciate our video - give us a "LIKE" or "Thumbs Up Review" at Google/Facebook. Thank you so very much. Feel free to read my Blog at lowchinann.blogspot.com Low Chin Ann currently lectures ACCA @ MCKL (Methodist College Kuala Lumpur) and Johor Citypro College
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Capital Cost Allowance (Canada)
 
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DISCLAIMER: This video is created and made available for educational purposes only. The author does not represent or warrant the accuracy or reliability of the content. Do not rely on any of the content as legal or financial advice. Always consult a legal or financial professional before entering into any transactions or arrangements.
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Accounting for Income Taxes Lecture
 
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Accounting for Income Taxes Lecture
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Phillip Taylor MBE review. The EU Design Approach
 
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BOOK REVIEW THE EU DESIGN APPROACH A Global Appraisal Editor by Annette Kur, Marianne Levin and Jens Schovsbo ISBN: 978 1 78536 413 6 (book) 978 1 78536 414 3 (ebook) EDWARD ELGAR PUBLISHING www.e-elgar.com www.elgaronline.com AN IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS DESIGN PROTECTION IN THE 21st CENTURY An appreciation by Elizabeth Robson Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers and Phillip Taylor MBE, Head of Chambers and Reviews Editor, “The Barrister” EU legislation for the protection of designs has been described by some experts as a ‘third way’ in contrast to traditional concepts of design protection. This book provides a thorough appraisal of the EU’s unique Design Approach; assessing its formation, development and impact over the past decade. As the result of a Directive from 1998 and a Regulation in 2001, all member states have provided for harmonized national systems for the protection of design together with “a pan-EU design protection scheme”. The resulting book states its aim as “defining and demarcating the unique place for industrial design in the spectrum of intellectual property law, allowing the legislator to overcome the copyright v. patent approach dilemma”. The editors go on to state that in order to do so, the EU model has “combined well known concepts with true legal innovations such as the Unregistered Community Design and novel protection criteria such as individual character”. So, what we get as practitioners from “The EU Design Approach” is an exploration by the ten contributors of “the rationale behind the creation of the Approach; including contributions from two leading EU scholars who were involved in its conception. These contributing authors provide an assessment of the impact that the Design Approach has had on present EU laws, national law systems and adjacent areas of law including copyright and competition law depending on what you might be looking for with your own practice. Chapters also explore more problematic issues associated with the Approach such as: the role of design law in the wider EU framework for the protection of product shapes, and the balancing of interests between rights holders and users. Overall, we felt that this book demonstrated that the Design Approach has been largely successful in its aims despite there being some on-going points of contention. The result is that IP practitioners will find this book to be a valuable resource of historical and comparative analysis. Practising IP lawyers as policy makers will also benefit from the inclusion of up to date EU and national case law. It should be noted that the ebook version is priced from £22/$31 from google play, the ebooks website, and other ebook vendors, while in print the book can be ordered from the Elgar website. The book was first published on 15th August 2018 and is also available as an ebook.
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Taxation of Capital Gains 2014
 
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Taxation of Capital Gains 2014 Business Career College is a national financial services education provider. See our insurance, financial planning and continuing education courses, including self-paced and instructor led options, at https://www.businesscareercollege.com For great industry articles, follow on Twitter (https://twitter.com/JasonWattBCC) or like on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/BusinessCareerCollege/).
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Annual investment allowance
 
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A guide on how 100% tax relief can be claimed on fixed assets such as plant, equipment, IT Kit etc. REF: F047 Find out more at www.ams-accountancy.co.uk
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Capital Allowances Simplified
 
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OK, well its been bought to my attention that tax relief, and more specifically Capital Allowances may be more a complicated subject than first thought and for a lot of people it goes right over their heads - so in lamens terms, the basics here it is:- You can use your property to wipe out your tax bill. There, I said it -- it is as simple as that. Think about these things:- 1. How much tax did you pay last year? -- In January? Big Bill - £20,000? £40,000? £80,000? 2. Do you own a property that isn't a home? An office in Bristol, A pub in Woowich, A holiday flat home in Spain, A shop in Nottingham? 3. Would you like your tax back? 4. What are you going to buy? School fees, new car, investments, new property? 5. Is it legal? Surely Capital Allowances are a scam or loophole? It the law! -- you have a right to claim -- you don't get them automatically -- you have to claim them on your tax return -- go to legislation.gov.uk search Capital Allowances ACT 2001 -- there it is! 6. What is it for? Well when you buy a property there are certain items (assets) within the property which qualify for tax relief. This is what we identify and value for you. So, knowing about ALL of this, means that you will be financially better off claiming Capital Allowances -- or your money back. So contact me and my team now! 0845 467 2765 [email protected]
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ACCA F6UK - 9. Capital Gains Tax
 
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For your free course notes to accompany this video visit www.theexpgroup.com/expand/
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Basis Periods - Opening year rules 1
 
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How to work out basis periods, taxable profits and overlap profits where accounting period ending in second tax year is exactly 12 months long
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Capital Cost Allowance Calculation  #1
 
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Calculations of Capital Cost Allowance for a short year end are illustrated by Wayne Hughes CA from Humber College. This is the first of 4 classes on Capital Cost Allowance.
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LSBF ACCA F6: Introduction to the Paper Part 1
 
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London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) http://www.LSBF.org.uk/programmes/professional/acca Carolyn Napier presents an introduction to the ACCA F6 paper, highlighting the main points that you need to know. Watch now for an overview of this topic. The London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) is a dynamic educational institution delivering undergraduate, postgraduate and professional qualifications. Our innovative programmes are constantly reviewed to ensure they accurately reflect the conditions of the global economy, and we offer the flexibility to tailor your studies to suit your own career aspirations. To learn more about LSBF, watch some of our videos: LSBF: An Introduction - http://bit.ly/wMBpVh Our Undergraduate programmes: http://bit.ly/y5SrBr Our Postgraduate programmes: http://bit.ly/ygeGN8 Our Professional Courses: http://bit.ly/vE9fJk Our Revolutionary MBA: http://bit.ly/upvJ9h
LSBF ACCA F6 Capital Allowance Question Debrief with Carolyn Napier
 
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London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) http://www.LSBF.org.uk/programmes/professional/acca - Carolyn Napier takes you through a sample question on Capital Allowance from the F6 exam paper. Watch now for her tips on providing the complete answer. The London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) is a dynamic educational institution delivering undergraduate, postgraduate and professional qualifications. Our innovative programmes are constantly reviewed to ensure they accurately reflect the conditions of the global economy, and we offer the flexibility to tailor your studies to suit your own career aspirations. To learn more about LSBF, watch some of our videos: LSBF: An Introduction - http://bit.ly/wMBpVh Our Undergraduate programmes: http://bit.ly/y5SrBr Our Postgraduate programmes: http://bit.ly/ygeGN8 Our Professional Courses: http://bit.ly/vE9fJk Our Revolutionary MBA: http://bit.ly/upvJ9h
LSBF ACCA F6: Introduction to Capital Allowance  Part 2
 
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London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) For more info visit http://www.LSBF.org.uk/programmes/professional/acca Carolyn Napier presents an introduction to 'Capital Allowance', from the ACCA F6 exam. Watch now for an overview of this topic. The London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) is a dynamic educational institution delivering undergraduate, postgraduate and professional qualifications. Our innovative programmes are constantly reviewed to ensure they accurately reflect the conditions of the global economy, and we offer the flexibility to tailor your studies to suit your own career aspirations. To learn more about LSBF, watch some of our videos: LSBF: An Introduction - http://bit.ly/wMBpVh Our Undergraduate programmes: http://bit.ly/y5SrBr Our Postgraduate programmes: http://bit.ly/ygeGN8 Our Professional Courses: http://bit.ly/vE9fJk Our Revolutionary MBA: http://bit.ly/upvJ9h
Tax revision UNISA Tax papers: Question 1: Prof Lester and Sanlam Cobalt
 
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Prof Matthew Lester of the Rhodes Business School, Grahamstown reviews Question 1 of the UNISA tax examinations. Personal Tax computations
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Leading Franchise Catax Solutions Explain Capital Allowances
 
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Ever wondered what capital allowances actually are? This short video explains them clearly, showing how the expert franchise Catax Solutions (see profile: http://www.franchisedirect.co.uk/accountancyfinancialfranchises/catax-solutions-franchise-10410/) can identify them for clients.
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Capital allowances -- how to take full advantage of the reliefs?
 
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This webinar covers: • Update on what allowances are available • Capital allowances on fixtures • Purchase price allocations on business sales • Case law update Speakers Chair - Mr Paul Farey, Director, Davis Langdon, an AECOM company Guests Mr John Lovell, Director, Lovell Consulting Ms Anne Fairpo, Barrister, Thirteen Old Square Chambers For more information on Tolley's Tax Webinars please visit http://www.tolley.co.uk/webinars/.
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