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Poor little Gideon by Judith
I see he only got £3 interest on his bank accounts. Perhaps he should use ISAs or perhaps a Santander 123 Account like other hardworking© people - unless of course he just has no savings whatsoever. Most odd.
April 24th 16 06:21 PM
by Zetrader le Parrain Go to last post
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Explanation of Section 104 'pooled' cost basis for calculating costof shares by Greg Williams
Can someone explain how this is calculated? I understand how it works if there are multiple purchases of the same stock over a period of several years.. What if there are also multiple sales of the same stock - how do I calculate the cost price of remaining shares? I've looked for a simple formula...
April 20th 16 10:47 AM
by Robin[_10_] Go to last post
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NS&I website problem (6 April 2016)? by RobertL
6 April 2016 I am trying to cash in a savings certificate. The NS&I website seems to work; I can log in, select the certificate, click to cash it and I then type into my phone the 4 digit code that NS&I put on the screen and then call me for confirmation. The phone says the cod eis correct and...
April 13th 16 08:01 AM
by Optimist[_3_] Go to last post
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Government pension check by tim...
https://www.tax.service.gov.uk/checkmystatepension "you will receive £XXX.XX" etc" This assumes that you will make full NI contributions from now until you reach retirement age But you numpties I know that I am not going to do that, I need you to tell me what pension I have actually accrued to...
April 10th 16 10:41 AM
by Gordon H[_4_] Go to last post
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CIS tax payments - checking they've been paid? by A.Lee
I've worked for a couple of rather dodgy builders this year, who paid me via the CIS scheme. I did get pay slips at the time. How do I find out if they paid HMRC my deductions? If they havent paid, what happens? Thanks. -- Alan To reply by mail, change '+' to 'plus'
April 10th 16 09:51 AM
by Robin[_10_] Go to last post
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ISA interest calculation by Juan Carr
Can someone do the maths for me? 22/07/2015, £15240 invested in ISA, interest paid in April. 05/04/2016, £53.96 interest paid. What rate have I received?
April 7th 16 09:52 AM
by Allan[_3_] Go to last post
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Is there a way to tell how much ISA allowance one has used? by [email protected]
Does HMRC or some other government agency have a record of how much one has invested in ISAs each year? We have had a complicated year and I just haven't a clue how much allowance I have left. Is there any way to find out? -- Chris Green ·
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March 29th 16 01:02 PM
by AnthonyL Go to last post
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Marriage Allowance - What constitutes 'income'? by Ian Jackson[_2_]
As my wife's income is below the tax threshold, and I have to pay tax, it appears that we qualify for the new Marriage Allowance (introduced last April). However, despite looking at countless websites, I am still uncertain about what 'income' is. Some websites imply that it is total income -...
March 27th 16 08:15 PM
by Ian Jackson[_2_] Go to last post
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absorption costing by natasha
Hi, just wondering if anyone could give advice on a project I am doing in regards to absorption costing. Have completed my figures, would like someone to take a look & advise if I'm heading in the right direction. -- natasha
March 23rd 16 06:48 PM
by natasha Go to last post
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Buying 'first house' to rent - extra 3% stamp duty or not? by [email protected]
My son, who doesn't own a house, is buying a 'buy to let' property. This will thus be his first and only property. My reading of the new rules about the extra 3% stamp duty is that it won't apply to my son's purchase. Am I right? -- Chris Green ·
March 23rd 16 05:33 PM
by Robin[_10_] Go to last post
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ISA Eligibility by tg[_2_]
I may be travelling quite often in the next financial year. Can anyone please tell me how long one has to be in the UK to be eligible for that year's Individual Savings Account (ISA)? Is it 90 days, or 6 months, or something else? Thanks very much in advance. TG
March 2nd 16 08:12 AM
by tg[_2_] Go to last post
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temporary withdrawal of funds from ISA by RobertL
As I understand it, the government now allows us (since Oct 2015) to withdraw funds from an ISA and return them again within the same tax year without using up any of the annual allowance. However, some ISA providers do not permit this, or have not yet implemented it. In such a case one is...
February 19th 16 03:36 PM
by RobertL Go to last post
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Broker recommendation website by cryptogram
I need a website where broker forecasts are pulled together and can be easily seen on one page (preferably), rather than having to go from share to share seeing what the current buy/sell views are. Does anyone know of one?
February 18th 16 06:07 PM
by cryptogram Go to last post
2 555
A company asked me for a VAT invoice (but I don't pay VAT)... by Jim x321x
I did a bit of graphic design work for a major company and they agreed the work, but now they are saying they want a VAT invoice from me so that they can pay me. However, I don't pay VAT. I was under the impression that only a VAT-paying company could issue a "VAT invoice". Am I right about...
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February 15th 16 03:39 PM
by Mr Macaw Go to last post
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VAT forums? by Fredxxx
Can anyone recommend a good forum/group for a complex VAT question?
January 15th 16 07:54 PM
by Nogood Boyo[_2_] Go to last post
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safe deposit boxes - how safe if a bank fails? by Harold Davis
How protected are the contents of safe deposit boxes if a British bank fails? The FSCS, admittedly on a page that talks in baby language and has a cartoon of giraffes, defines a "deposit" as "money placed in a bank or similar institution to earn interest or for...
December 31st 15 12:48 PM
by alan_m Go to last post
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Council spending by Mr Macaw
Am I being stupid or is somebody lying? Compare the list by a private auditor: http://www.clacksweb.org.uk/council/spotlightonspend/ To the list by the council themselves: Page 2 (how did we do last year) of http://www.clacksweb.org.uk/document/3063.pdf For example, is education 0.54% or 29%?...
December 28th 15 08:28 PM
by The Brain Go to last post
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Car Insurance by JMS
I have just renewed car insurance with Zurich. Current one expires 31.3.2010 at 23:59 The new one starts : 01.04.2010 00:05 I guess I better stay in tomorrow night. As an aside - a real bummer - that I actually paid for the renewal on
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December 11th 15 08:57 PM
by joostadeusz Go to last post
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Stamp duty on 2nd homes by Optimist[_3_]
The rate of stamp duty on "second-homes" is set to increase. Will this affect home owners who buy a new property before selling their existing home?
December 9th 15 03:00 PM
by Optimist[_3_] Go to last post
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Second Charge on a Property by DerbyBorn
Through an inheritance our daughter has sufficient money for a 60% deposit on a house. She has recently married and we are keen to protect her contribution as well as we can and have started to consider setting up a Trust Fund and having the fund loan her the money toward a new house. How will...
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November 28th 15 05:19 AM
by JOYDEEP GHOSH Go to last post
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