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Tax guides up for grabs

Three lucky readers will win copies of the latest Smith's Taxation tax guide, including both a book and CD-ROM.

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THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED AND WINNER WILL BE NOTIFIED SHORTLY – YOU CAN STILL TAKE ADVANTAGE OF SPECIAL READER OFFERS BY VISITING THE SMITH’S TAXATION HOMEPAGE – www.smithstaxation.co.uk

To enter the competition for this comprehensive guide to the UK tax system – including chapters on personal taxation, land and buildings, business taxation capital gains tax answer the following question:

What colour is Gordon Brown’s Budget briefcase?

Send your answers including your name, address and telephone number by email to comp@accountancyage.com. Entries close 15th July.

Special offer

Smith’s Taxation is also offering Accountancy Age readers the 107th edition at less than half its usual price, plus discounts on the 108th edition coming out in August. To take advantage of these special offers and for free downloads of older editions go to: http://www.smithstaxation.co.uk.

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