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Vat treatment of a high cost start-up (not for profit) by John Owens
Sorry all The link is www.rural-web.org Initially the moeny will come from Govt. as a grant and also some club subscriptions. Costs / Outlay in year 1 exceed £100k.No profit. In year 2 we 'might' have subscriptions that merely cover bandwidth provision , or we might have higher subscriptions...
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July 6th 03 11:19 AM
by Ronald Raygun Go to last post
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Filing TAX Returns for small income by Bryan
"pmd" wrote in message ... Hello everyone, Is there a special form to fill out for a small income for 2003 (£7500). I have heard that its possible to just send my P60 to the local TAX office and they'll send me a...
July 10th 03 03:40 PM
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Chip n Pin by Dark Angel
pi,e, root 2? No, telephone numbers of where I used to live when I was a kid, updated for the new area codes, of course!
July 10th 03 07:51 PM
by Dark Angel Go to last post
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AMEX Platinum by Stephen Burke
spog wrote: For a mere £275 pa, it is a charge card that is supposed to offer bells and whistles like travel insurance and 24hr concierge etc. I just had a look out of curiosity, and on the face of it the travel insurance and the Priority Pass membership are probably each worth...
July 10th 03 08:06 PM
by Stephen Burke Go to last post
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Shopping around for a loan? by Dan Williams
My girlfriend is looking to borrow about £5000 to pay off her existing loan, credit card, store cards and have some left over to buy her first car. She's been accepted for an Egg loan at 7.9% over 7 years, but the repayments are £105 a month, meaing she'll pay back over £8800, almost double...
July 10th 03 08:39 PM
by Daytona Go to last post
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Logfile of the Free Chat with Joe Ross by Trading Educators
Below is the log file of the Free Chat with Joe Ross. Topics covered: - Forex Trading - Day Trading - Trade Entry and Exit - ... and much more. The full log file can be retrieved he http://www.tradingeducators.com/studentsonly/chat_2003_07_08.htm
July 11th 03 03:36 PM
by Trading Educators Go to last post
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Can anyone recommend a good Umbrella Company for IT contacting thanks by steve
Hello Just wondering if there is anyone who can recommend any good company's Thanks
July 11th 03 08:15 PM
by David Go to last post
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Financial Spread Betting Advice by SteveL
Get to know the market well before betting. Good site with a down to earth forum is Sharecrazy.com Seriously play with paper money as if it were real and see how you get on over a period of time. Only bet with money you won't miss if you loose it all. Good luck, Steve.
July 11th 03 09:41 PM
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raising debt on property investment by john boyle
In message , Ronald Raygun writes It's either allowed or it isn't, Now I have gone and done some research!! IR150 is as vague as I was "186. Similarly, the interest on a loan or
July 11th 03 09:54 PM
by Ronald Raygun Go to last post
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Interest on Nationwide visa card by Chris Blunt
Nationwide wrote to their customers several weeks ago saying that they were increasing the cash advance fee from 0.5% to 1%, and also intended to start charging interest from the day the cash is taken. I've noticed that they've now started charging the 1% fee, but so far they haven't charged me...
July 12th 03 04:06 AM
by Chris Blunt Go to last post
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Tax and Overtime by Mujja
Hi, Got a question about and how working overtime might affect it. I've got a chance to work overtime for 3 weekends in the next 2 months. I was thinking of submitting my claim form for all 3 weekends together and get the whole amount payed to me in one go with my regular pay. But then someone at...
July 12th 03 12:03 PM
by Ronald Raygun Go to last post
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Need recommendation for a mortgate company - self-employed, no accounts by Stuart
Hi - I want to apply for a mortgage of £400k. Ideally it would be interest only and for 105% of the purchase price to accommodate legal and related fees. I have a few things working against me - I am self-employed, without accounts and have been resident in the UK for less than 3 years. In one...
July 12th 03 04:52 PM
by Arfie Go to last post
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Are there something called 'reinstal date' from banking industry? by conjecture
Are there something called 'reinstal(e) date' from banking industry? I've looked up in dictionary but can't find. Please give me some hints. Thanks Note: Please correct me if you find any mistakes in my sentences.
July 12th 03 05:08 PM
by conjecture Go to last post
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HICP, RPIX & interest rates by Stephen Burke
Daytona wrote: contrast, RPIX includes a measure of housing depreciation, which is linked to house price inflation, as well as Council Tax. With annual house price inflation currently running at close to 20% and Council Tax up 12% from a year ago, these two...
July 13th 03 12:23 AM
by Stephen Burke Go to last post
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alls i know is that it worked for us! by Worksmartnow123
www.incomeforlives.com/
July 13th 03 01:02 AM
by Worksmartnow123 Go to last post
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monoblock drives and RoI by Stephen Burke
Ronald Raygun wrote: The real problem is that it's a matter of taste. The carpets might be new, but the buyers might dislike the pattern, and ugh those purple walls. And what use a designer kitchen if it's the wrong design, etc. Some experts seem to advise...
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July 13th 03 03:37 AM
by Stephen Burke Go to last post
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The 7-1 Nasdaq bottom was clear, on 7-1 by DaveTrends
The Nasdaq action on July 1 indicated a clear entry point - a "surge" in New Breed terms. A steady climb of 40 points indicated a buy point by end of day. A short selection of high-beta techs should have been bought, before close. There's no real discussion here. Those are the rules. It's not...
July 13th 03 12:54 PM
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Life Assurance - Where now? by Rhoy the Bhoy
"CrankyLemming" wrote in message ... Hi I hope someone here can advise me as I have no idea what I can do. I am 32 and have just found out that my life assurance application (following a change of job) has been...
July 13th 03 02:46 PM
by Rhoy the Bhoy Go to last post
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Free Marketing Lessons by Email by Chris Game
John Blake said: Nooo Wayyyyy....do you really only spend œ15 per person on food? My gosh....that is so low...I'm glad I'm not the manager of the supermarket where you shop. He's not the only one. That's 3 of us that seem to "loathe" the "shopping experience". £15 per week is...
July 13th 03 06:23 PM
by Stephen GoldenGun Go to last post
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Car Insurance: Does claim against protected no claims result in subsequent higher premiums by Ronald Raygun
Depresion wrote: "Robin Smith" wrote I have my car insured by elephant.co.uk and opted to protect my 7 year no-claims bonus. It is my understanding that this protections allows me to make 1 claim, and still retain my 7 years no claims bonus. Will this...
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July 13th 03 08:41 PM
by Tim Go to last post
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