Direct taxes

This practice note gives an overview of direct taxes in the UK tax regime. It covers income tax, corporation tax and capital gains tax. It discusses the principles of calculation, rates, payment and compliance, and reliefs (such as capital allowances and research and development (R&D) relief).

Based on an original practice note contributed by CMS Cameron McKenna LLP and updated by Practical Law Tax


 

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