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Criminal Charges against banks by 7[_2_]
charlie61Ltd wrote: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-05-05/holder-signals-criminal-charges- coming-against-some-banks.html ''U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said his department is readying criminal cases against banks that show financial institutions aren’t too big to...
May 6th 14 09:37 AM
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Maximising maternity allowances by Fredxxx
A friend of mine is pregnant and is currently self employed with a income lower I believe to be lower than the threshold to pay class 2 stamps. She already has a child and so the remainder of her income comes from Tax Credits. What is the best way to maximise her maternity allowances?
May 2nd 14 03:06 PM
by Mark[_10_] Go to last post
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Something close to my heart, fair treatment by HMRC by Fredxxx
Just an idea, a petition against the one-sided treatment by HMRC to individuals and businesses. http://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/hmrc-to-treat-small-business-s-more-fairly
April 30th 14 04:48 PM
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A centre-left argument for flat tax - combined with CI it would besimple and just by andy wainwright
UKIP have recently mooted the idea of a flat 30% income tax, and even from a leftist background there is a need for something simpler and actually paid as opposed to avoided. I'm happy with an even higher 50% flat tax in order to abolish all forms of means testing. MT is a marginal tax rate on...
April 8th 14 11:07 AM
by Mark[_10_] Go to last post
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The name on a cheque by Etaoin Shrdlu
I don't know if this is on topic, apologies if not. I recently got a cheque (ELPS call it a 'warrant') from the Equitable Life Payment Scheme (lucky me!) and sent it off to my bank. But the bank returned it saying it is crossed 'A/C PAYEE' which prevents it being payed into any account other...
April 6th 14 01:58 PM
by Yellow[_2_] Go to last post
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Pension Pots by Judith
There was a report by Paul Lewis on the Money Box programme concerning a tax-loophole where you can now put in money to a pension pot: the Government make a contribution: you then close the pot (pay tax) - but are quids in. Does anyone have a reference to any details? Is it true?
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April 3rd 14 10:19 PM
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Solicitors and estate administration by Steve
Hi Not sure if anyone can help, but I thought I'd ask. Is it 'usual' for solicitors to hold on to monies received when handling estate administration until, for example, the fiscal year processing suits them? I ask because the final part of the dealings (selling the house) was completed two...
March 31st 14 02:48 AM
by The Revd[_3_] Go to last post
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Private Pensions - Budget by Judith
Say someone has no savings - but has say £30,000 in a private pension - and has less than full State pension entitlement - does this mean: Say this person who is unemployed, rather than buying an annuity, draws out the full £30,000 when they are in their fifties - goes on a nice cruise for...
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March 30th 14 11:16 AM
by David Woolley[_2_] Go to last post
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Land banking re-sale by tim.....
"David Woolley" wrote in message ... On 02/03/14 11:30, tim..... wrote: The auction house does not seem to make any claims for the land, but even so, most purchases will expect minimum rights to use the land without being specifically told that they have...
March 26th 14 10:56 AM
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pb in finance : some hints? by Abraham A
On Monday, March 10, 2003 4:16:53 PM UTC-8, Jean-Marie Truelle wrote: Hi, I have some problems with my exercices in finance. Can u help me please? Exercise 3. Futures contracts. It is June 25, 1999. The futures price for the June 1999 CBOT bond futures contract is 188-23.
March 25th 14 06:40 AM
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Great Freeware, Insights & Comments For Very High ROI by [email protected]
Great Freeware, Insights & Comments For Very High ROI http://twitter.com/forecastall There is no denser valuable material and useful tips.
March 22nd 14 01:16 PM
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Sick pay and LEL by Fredxxx
Simple question, does sick pay contribute to income for NI purposes?
March 21st 14 01:49 PM
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Need a Loan for £500 by DC[_7_]
On Mon, 03 Mar 2014 21:29:48 +0000, Roger Mills wrote: On 03/03/2014 21:03, wrote: Are you in need of a Loan/Funding for a project? Have you been trying to obtain a Loan from any of the Banks or Loan Companies and got Ripped off and they have...
March 19th 14 06:53 PM
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Wealth Preservation Trusts? by Roger Mills[_2_]
My wife and I went to a free seminar recently, run by a company selling "Wealth Preservation Trusts" The idea seems to be that if you each put your assets - such as half of your house and other investments (up to a limit of £325k (the IHT nil rate band) - into a trust, they will be protected...
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March 17th 14 10:10 PM
by tim..... Go to last post
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Capital Gains and Sipp Question by Thomas[_5_]
Hello I work in the UK for a US company from which I receive a grant of shares each year. The grants are placed into a US online brokerage and vest (i.e. become sellable) over a 5 year period. When a tranche of shares vest I pay UK income tax on the value of the shares at the vest date - i.e....
March 4th 14 10:43 PM
by Thomas[_5_] Go to last post
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general Inheritance Tax questions by N. Sloane
Hi, I thought I knew the answers to the following questions, but now I'm not 100% sure, so I wonder if somebody could clarify them. 1) Where transfers are made that are "potentially exempt", I know that they eat up your nil-rate band before the balance in excess of the NRB can become chargeable....
March 2nd 14 01:29 PM
by RobertL Go to last post
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Finance elderly home-owner's purchase of flat ahead of house sale by John Stumbles
My elderly mother is thinking it's time to up sticks from her rambling old house in the middle of nowhere and move into a sheltered housing flat near my sister. A suitable and desirable flat is likely to be available in a few months but she doesn't want to move until the autumn at the earliest,...
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March 2nd 14 11:06 AM
by tim..... Go to last post
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Tax and duty on an unusual import by Simon Finnigan
Hi everyone, I'm looking at importing a mini museum from the USA. It is essentially small samples mounted in resin, and the cost would be in the region of £100-£300 depending on what option I buy. I can't however figure out what the customs and VAT implications would be - does anyone have any...
February 27th 14 06:53 PM
by The Revd[_3_] Go to last post
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Request of new capital partner to multinational banking project by Alejandro C
To a project that has 100% of development, is necessary contact new partner that can invest $180,000 the group new partner receive 30% of shareholders in this distrubution: 20% new capital partner and his people and 10% my person. Can contat me if you are potential new capital partner. NOT is a...
February 16th 14 06:15 PM
by Adrian Go to last post
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Raising a mortgage against a rented property: loan interestdeductable from earnings for tax purposes? by [email protected]
Hello. If a landlord wishes to raise a mortgage against a rental property that is wholly owned by him, having been originally acquired with his own cash, would the interest on the loan then be deductable from rental earnings, for tax assessment? Specifically, I would like to know whether there is a...
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February 11th 14 06:37 PM
by tim..... Go to last post
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