March 20, 2007 – Financial Instruments Tax and Accounting Review
Your one-stop resource giving revealing insights into the latest tax and treasury developments affecting finance instruments
Editorial panel from leading financial and legal firms
This is essential reading for all tax and treasury specialists.
If you use financial instruments to maximise your business and client funds, you will realise how important it is to stay informed of legal and regulatory changes which could reduce their effectiveness or possibly render existing instruments illegal. Now, with Financial Instruments Tax and Accounting Review (FITAR), you can stay abreast of changes, prepare for changes, and continue to deliver the best service to your clients.
Financial Instruments Tax and Accounting Review will give you timely and topical coverage of all the most important issues affecting the taxation and accounting for financial instruments. When you subscribe, you will receive ten issues a year which will give you up-to-date and in-depth analysis of all the key areas which affect you including changes to forex, financial instruments and loan relationships regulation, double tax relief, withholding tax, and corporation tax. Nothing will be spared as you are briefed on key developments which could dramatically affect your business.
“Excellent technical and presentational standards”
Bill Sandford, Group Tax Director, Zurich Financial Services
When you subscribe, you will be briefed on the latest Inland Revenue proposals so you can prepare strategies to cater for them. You will be given industry news and updates on your competitors activities so you get a flavour of the latest trends in the use of financial instruments. You will be provided with a practical and easy-to-follow explanation of key issues including tax and accounting issues so that you do not miss out on any technical nuances. And you will be given technical detail presented in an accessible and easy-to-read format, allowing you to get to the heart of the matter easily and take informed decisions of relevance.
You can rely on the information you receive from FITAR because it is prepared by an expert editorial board drawn from major accountancy firms and legal practices. This means that the information which you receive will already have been “eyeballed” by senior specialists and only the most pertinent and relevant advice will be given to you. Giving you the assurance to take the decisions you need to make confidently and directly.
Whether you are an accountant, tax adviser or lawyer working in this area, you know only too well how important it is that the advice you give to clients is current and up-to-date. A subscription to Financial Instruments Tax and Accounting Review means you will always know about the latest changes and how they apply to your case load before and as they happen.
If you actually work in industry as a finance director, financial manager, tax manager, corporate treasurer or corporate lawyer, you will find that FITAR will keep you abreast of legal and regulatory developments, allowing you to be sure that you continue to operate within the law and avoid potential prosecution. When you subscribe you will always be up to date and feel confident that whatever strategy you implement, it will be backed up by a full working knowledge of all relevant issues in this area.
The emphasis with Financial Instruments Tax and Accounting Review is on quality…not quantity. The insights provided by FITAR give you a quick, clear and authoritative overview that will save you time and research effort, allowing you to work more efficiently for your business and your clients.
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