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Taxation - incorporating the 2020 Finance Act - 39th Edition 2020/2021
Welcome to the Website Resource Centre for the 39th Edition of Taxation - incorprorating the 2020 Finance Act
39th EDITION (2020/21) RELEASED AUGUST 1st 2020
- changes in the new edition include:
- complete revision of the book for both of the 2020 Budget & Finance Act
- addition of a number of new computational questions for each chapter (answers available to lecturers only via this section)
- complete re-write of all chapters
- updated adopting lecturer materials - including a complete set of powerpoint slides covering the entire book
This is the home page for the 2020/21 edition of this annually updated book now in its 39th year of production!
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