- WHAT'S AROUND. // Accountancy;Dec87, Vol. 100 Issue 1132, p33
Reports that TSB England and Wales has announced a fixed business tariff for commercial customers with an annual turnover of 250,000 pounds in Great Britain.
- Business rates threat for retailers. // Housewares;Oct2000, Issue 154, p36
Focuses on British government's consideration of proposals which would give local authorities the power to levy annual supplements to the national business rate in Great Britain.
- Manhattan transfer. Broom, Douglas; Wild, Damian // Public Finance;08/23/96, p10
Discusses the formation of Business Improvement Districts (Bids) in Great Britain as a form of business taxation. Voluntary nature of Bids; Criticism that the move would lead to back-door privatization. INSET: Caring for the community..
- Unit trusts -- exclusions. // Accountancy;Dec1987, Vol. 100 Issue 1132, p54
Reports on government regulations on limited partnerships and charitable trusts in Great Britain.
- Company residence. Greene, Chris; Maddalena, Christina; Wisdell, Ana // Accountancy;Mar1990, Vol. 105 Issue 1159, p55
Reports on the changes in business tax in Great Britain as of March 1990.
- A NEW KIND OF NETWORK. Hogarth, Peter // Accountancy;Apr97, Vol. 119 Issue 1244, p56
Focuses on the simplification of accounting requirements for small and medium-sized companies in Great Britain. Shorter-form financial statements; Provisions governing the form.
- WINNING WAYS WITH A BALANCED SCORECARD. Wyman, Peter // Accountancy;Aug1997, Vol. 120 Issue 1248, p50
Focuses on the reduction of compliance costs on business as a result of the tax system in Great Britain. Benefits from a single audit visit; Customer care approach in auditing.
- Taxing employees' petrol benefits. // Accountancy;Jul1981, Vol. 92 Issue 1055, p5
Reports that petrol provided by employers for private use should be charged to tax by means of a scale of benefits in Great Britain.
- Groups â€” why they should get their ACT right. Crouch, Peter // Accountancy;Mar1985, Vol. 96 Issue 1099, p124
Discusses the principle of advance corporation tax (ACT) in Great Britain. ACT implications for group of companies; Cash flow effect; Nature of the ACT principle.