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Employee Reward Structures

12 December 2011 / Philip Fisher
Issue: 4334 / Categories: Reviews , Employees , Income Tax
By Aidan Langley; £110

Publisher: Spiramus fourth edition; paperback 448 pages

Aidan Langley is certainly well-qualified to write this book: he is not only a tax practitioner but also a solicitor and accountant.

Readers will soon work out that his first love must have been the law since this book is written from the perspective of a lawyer working in the field of taxation meaning those most likely to benefit will be up-and-coming solicitors planning to work in the field of employment taxation or those that might specialise in tax but do not have wide experience in this increasingly tricky area.

An alternative view might be that accountants and number people could benefit from seeing a different approach to employment taxation with greater concentration put on the legal aspects.

More than half of the total content of Employee Reward Structures is devoted to employee shares and securities ...

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