TaxPersonal TaxTAXES ACTS – 1999 EDITION

TAXES ACTS - 1999 EDITION

The 1999 edition of The Taxes Acts is published today.

This edition, which incorporates the Finance Act 1999, sets out in ten volumes the current statutory provisions on income tax, corporation tax and capital gains tax. It includes:

– the full text of current legislation;

– provisions repealed in the past six years;

– tables of tax rates and reliefs;

– statutory instruments.

The Taxes Acts 1999 (ISBN 0 85308 6001) costs #195 plus #5.25 post and packaging. Copies can be bought from:

Jordans Publishing Ltd
21 Thomas Street
Bristol
BS1 6JS

Copies can also be ordered via http://www.jordanpublishing.co.uk.

NOTES FOR EDITORS
The Taxes Acts are prepared by the Inland Revenue. The 1999 edition sets out the statutory provisions contained in Acts and Regulations governing the administration of income tax and capital gains tax in force in the tax year 1999-00, and corporation tax in force in the financial year 1999.

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