Accounting Principles for Tax Purposes bridges the gap between tax and accountancy and is the only work of reference that will guide you through the complex maze of accounting principles providing you with the key answers to interpreting accounts for tax and other purposes. This is a practical work that is recognised in the tax profession as the bible for non-accounting professionals who have to use accounts in their work. This new edition has been completely updated to examine recent developments affecting the interface between accounting and tax rules and regulations.
Lynne Oats is a Reader in Accounting at Warwick Business School. Prior to joining Warwick Business School Lynne was a Senior Lecturer in Taxation at Sheffield Hallam University and before that, Senior Lecturer in Taxation at Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia and a tax consultant. Lynne is currently secretary of the UK based Tax Research Network. Paul Tuck is a lecturer in Accounting and Auditing at Buckingham University. Prior to joining Buckingham University Paul spent more than 20 years as a professional accountant, both in professional practice and as an independent interim financial manager for commercial and financial services companies. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales and also a visiting lecturer at Cranfield University, where he lectures on the MBA programme.