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  • Paperback: 122 pages
  • Publisher: WPR Tax Publishing; 2013 edition (22 April 2013)
  • ISBN-10: 0957602421
  • ISBN-13: 978-0957602427
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 0.7 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 406,664 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"...A helpful guide..." - The Telegraph

"...We suggest you start by reading...Lee Hadnum's authoritative review of the topic" - The Times

"...A useful guide..." - The Guardian

About Lee:

Lee Hadnum LLB FCA CTA is one of the UK's leading tax authors. He is an award winning Chartered Accountant/Chartered Tax Adviser and is the Editor of:

www.UKtaxclub.co.uk and

www.wealthprotectionreport.co.uk

Lee offers UK and international tax planning information, books, reports and online tax tools to his site members.

Lee is a rarity among tax advisers, having both legal and chartered accountancy qualifications. He studied law at the University of Manchester before training as both a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA). He worked for Ernst & Young for several years in their Entrepreneurial Services department and has been writing tax planning books since 2001.

Lee's books have been featured in numerous newspapers and magazines including The Times and The Guardian.

When he is not writing Lee enjoys travelling as well as watersports and running.


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About the Author

Lee Hadnum LLB ACA CTA is a rarity among tax advisers, having both legal and chartered accountancy qualifications. After qualifying as a prize winner in the Institute of Chartered Accountants entrance exams, Lee went on to become a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) and worked for Ernst & Young for several years.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By rocket7001 on 30 May 2013
Format: Paperback
This is a very useful guide. It is very thorough and goes into detail on every aspect of tax planning for business. The first chapters explain the advantages of using a UK company and the benefits of structuring your business as a company. The rest of the chapters are extremely helpful and cover a variety of topics such as paying salaries, ways to reduce corporate taxes, renting company property, the new EIS structure, taxes for those planning to leave the UK, how to transfer your company overseas (and the accompanying offshore tax planning), and disincorporation.

There is a lot of information, but it is very easy to find what you are looking for. The chapters are neatly layed out and broken up logically. The text is broken up by tables and bullet point lists. These illustrate what is being discussed and make it easier to read. No more staring at a wall of text and wondering where to start. It is easy to pick out the information you need at a glance.

If you are like me and don't know the first thing about taxes and their accompanying laws, you will still need to speak to an expert in person. But, this book makes it a lot easier to know where to start and to understand the complex concepts. After reading, I now feel like I have an idea of where I'm going. Unlike some guides that dive head first into complicated and often confusing legal terminology, this book takes time to carefully explain things in plain English.

This is a very handy reference. It is extremely useful to have information on every aspect, from start up to transfer to disincorporation in one book. I highly recommend it to anyone needing tax advice for their business. This basic but thorough guide will get you started, point you in the right direction, and give you lots of sound advice to reduce your taxes and feel more confident in what you are doing.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By James Goulding on 14 May 2013
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I bought this book to help with the tax side of things for the security business that my uncle and I have set up.

I came into it as a novice, but I have to say this is a good introduction. It is only suitable for the UK, as I guess is obvious from the cover. The book made clear to us the tax benefits of using a company rather than being taxed as sole traders or a partnership, and sums this up in nice tables. These span a wide range of profits, from £10,000 to £300,000.

The book also includes a lot of information that doesn't matter to us, e.g., what to do if you're a non-UK domiciliary and how to extend the £300,000 tax band by splitting profits, but this extra stuff doesn't hurt. We both found this book adequate as our main source of information on tax matters for a small business.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jan Heart on 29 May 2013
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For CEOS and senior managers in small and medium size businesses this is a must.
Normally the domain of financial experts, this book opens the bonnet to the world of tax, showing how it works and how it should be managed so that companies pay what they should and no more.

With tax planning evasion being hot in the news, there must be a lot of companies wondering how the likes of Google and Starbucks are doing it - or better put, "how can I be as frugal as they are while complying with the law".

This book is not about tax evasion, but about finding ways to reduce your taxes. From asking questions such as "Should You Be Using A UK Company?" to "Should You Rent Property To Your Company?"; to discovering how to use a UK Company In Offshore Tax Planning , and how to qualify for Entrepreneurs Relief, this book seems to have all the main topics you could think of to reduce your tax bill.

It's not often you can find someone who can explain subjects such as tax in layman's English so that we can all understand it, and (better) provide you with ideas that cause you to take action. At a time when this is so topical, this is a must book for financial managers and CEOs, and could propel the author to celebrity status. Impressive.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John Phiser on 29 May 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
Let's face it, tax is not the sexiest subject in the world, but as someone who runs a small business and wanting to know more about how to manage my business accounts, the idea of saving the cost of a financial adviser, or at least better understand her challenges, does have some appeal - and yes, I wanted to learn more about it. I read this book in the hope that it would help me out.

The chapters are all laid out in what I thought was a pretty logical order, although I admit jumping to the chapters that interested me most. Luckily, each chapter was self contained, so this worked out well. Obviously some of the subject matter does get me a little lost, but generally I felt comfortable with the way the author explained each chapter.

After reading the book, I felt better informed about the many tax questions often in my head, proving this to be a useful and helpful guide. There are ideas here that could well save my business plenty of money. I've now got a list of actions I will confront my accountant with next week. Without doubt, this is a useful book for any business owner.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ruthie on 11 Jun. 2013
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This may be old hat for those who have been company directors since the ice age, but new entrepreneurs need something that is informative, easy to read and not overwhelming. This guide does it all in one. Easy to navigate and to use as reference, its ideal to dip your toes into the world of saving yourself loads of dosh, while building your own little empire. Not often do we find a book that spells it out in an easy to read yet professional manner.

Apart from providing information for current circumstances, the guide also provides for the imagination and helps the entrepreneur utilise the system to cut their tax bill and capitalise on the advantages that are offered by the information provided. The absolute best part of this guide is that brings to the layman an understanding of tax issues that he could not have previously grasped. As a person interested in both UK and offshore business investment, with absolutely no foundation in the maze of rules and regulations, I recommend this guide to both the new kid on the block and old players looking for new ways to maximise their capital.
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