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New Which? book – Tax Handbook 2012 – 2013

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01/06/2012
The latest guide to all things tax has been published.

The latest edition of the Which? Tax Handbook 2012 – 2013, has been published.

Essential reading for all UK taxpayers, it demystifies tax and explains the key facts in simple terms. This book uses case studies to illustrate key points as well as gives helpful tips and jargon busters throughout.

Fully updated in line with the 2012 Budget the Tax Handbook 2012-13 explains how to complete a tax return and online assessment, how to check a tax code and National Insurance, explains how Tax Credits can boost the family budget and how to make the most of tax-free perks at work.

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