MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s Orange Tax Guide 2017-18 (Archive)

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This popular annual guide explains the meaning and effect of sections, paragraphs and regulations of the statutes and statutory instruments covering:

• Value Added Tax (including UK and EU legislation)
• Stamp Duty, Stamp Duty Reserve Tax and Stamp Duty Land Tax

Often complex and difficult legislation is interpreted and explained simply, with examples provided for clarity and practical problems highlighted. In addition, reference is made to case law bearing on each section, to concessions and statements of practice and to press releases and other material which qualifies or explains the legislation. These press releases, concessions and statements are printed in the appendices.

Orange Tax Handbook reproduces the statutes and statutory instruments as amended, so the two volumes complement each other and provide the tax practitioner with a comprehensive service.

Income tax, corporation tax, capital gains tax, national insurance contributions and inheritance tax are similarly covered in the twin volume, MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s Yellow Tax Guide 2017-18.


Stamp Duty and VAT Rates

Part I Value Added Tax

1. UK Statutes
2. UK Statutory Instruments
3. UK Legislation Appendices
4. EU Treaty
5. EU Regulations
6. EU Directives
7. EU Decisions

Part II Stamp Taxes

1. Statutes
2. Statutory Instruments
3. Appendices

2017/2018 Edition


MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s Orange Tax Guide 2017-18 is up to date to include the changes made by the Finance Act 2016 and the latest legislative changes made through 2016.


Nigel Eastaway of MHA MacIntyre Hudson has specialised in taxation for more than 45 years. He is an expert on share valuations, forensic matters and the taxation of intellectual property. He has published many books on tax issues and was voted LexisNexis tax writer of the year in 2003. He was a Council member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation and, in 2012, was awarded an OBE for services to taxation law.

Kursat Osman is MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s VAT Senior Manager covering the Kent region. He is AIIT/CTA qualified with over ten years of experience in the field. Kursat works across the entire gamut of VAT but has particular strengths in ecommerce and international VAT. His depth of experience allows him to help a wide range of clients from individuals to large corporations.