Written by international fiscal services ltd. a london-based firm of international tax consultants. the principles of international tax planning represents a new approach to the subject. a widely held view is that international taxation must always be approached from a domestic perspective. but international tax is much more than glorified domestic tax. the issues, techniques and disciplines are quite different, and the aim of this book is to demonstrate the intricacies of international tax planning. the book is based around a case study of a fictitious italian family with an abundance of personal and corporate tax issues. the work is presented in ten chapters, each covering a specific principle of international tax planning, such as ‘is the advice lawful?’ and ‘why are trusts useful in tax planning?’ each chapter is split into two distinct sections. the first section analyses the law applicable to the principle in question, and the second puts this into context by reference to the case study. accountants, bankers, lawyers, students, tax advisers and managers of trust companies will benefit from studying the principles of international tax planning, either in depth or as a useful reference book. because the book has been written by a firm specializing in international taxation, it considers the same questions and issues from the perspective of a number of different jurisdictions, such a france, italy, south africa, switzerland, the uk and the us. whether you are just interested in international tax, or whether international tax is your livelihood, your horizons will be broadened by reading this book, and you will have fun while doing so
|Author||ROY SAUNDERS, MILES DEAN, RICHARD WILLIAMS, DIANA VAN DER MERWE|
|Publisher||TAXMANN PUBLICATIONS PVT. LTD.|
|Number of pages||272|
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