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by Andy Lymer and Lynne Oats

Taxation - Policy and Practice 26th Edition 2019/2020

Welcome to the Website Resource Centre for the 26th Edition of Taxation: Policy and Practice.

26th EDITION (2019/20) RELEASED AUGUST 1st 2019

- changes in the new edition include:

  • complete revision of the book for both of the 2019 Budget & Finance Act
  • updated and extended Quick Quiz sections to test your knowledge at the end each of the computational chapter
  • addition of anumber of new computational questions (soem with full answers int eh text and some with answers available via your lecturer) for each chapter
  • complete re-write of all chapters
  • further use of 'fiscal facts' throughout to further your knowledge
  • updated adopting lecturer materials - including a complete set of powerpoint slides covering the entire book

DID YOU KNOW - the 25th edition of this text was adopted as the essential or recommended text in more than half of all UK Universities! This makes it the most popular UK taxation text choice for UK Universities.

This is the home page for the 2019/20 edition of this annually updated book now in its 26th year of production.

 

If you have any comments on this site, or on the book, we'd be pleased to receive them. Please email us at info@taxsudent.com. Please note however, we will not be able to answer general questions on your courses or on taxation issues, nor can we guarantee we will be able to answer all the emails we get.

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