British Tax Review is the only journal providing in-depth analysis across the whole field of tax law. Articles are thought provoking, wide-ranging and cover domestic, international and comparative topics. It is cited in court and has been established as the leading title in this area for nearly 50 years.
* Current Notes in each and the regular Finance Act issue keep readers informed of recent developments
* Recent articles have examined topics such as the IMF and tax reform, the new Australia-UK tax treaty, and implications of the O'Donnell Review on UK tax policy
* Occasional special issues provide in-depth analysis of key topics, such as the recent Tax Avoidance issue