Articles tagged "VAT"
Friday, November 30th, 2012
Welcome to another of your regular financial news round ups, still taking shelter from the wind and rain. We hope you’ve stayed safe among the storms battering the UK at present. There have also been storms of a metaphorical kind in the financial world, with change at the top of Bank of England and warnings [...]
Friday, June 15th, 2012
We’re currently in the calm following the Diamond Jubilee celebrations, and preceding the 2012 Olympics, with just a little bit of football fever for some of us. 27th July is when the opening ceremony takes place and some of us may well be celebrating the event with a VAT free pasty… Bank of England and [...]
Friday, April 13th, 2012
Fancy a Norwegian Pasty? In the recent budget it wasn’t the cut in the higher rate of tax, the granny tax or even the new child benefit rules that irritated most people, especially those in Cornwall. What was possibly the last straw was the attack on the iconic Cornish pasty! (1) As financial advisers, we [...]
Monday, December 21st, 2009
A pre-budget report just before an election is never going to be too painful. If we expected anything other than vote winning ideas we were unrealistic in our expectations. Such was my lack of interest; I avoided doing any of my normal phone ins and newspaper/website contributions and went to watch Snow Patrol with the [...]
Monday, September 14th, 2009
Inheritance tax is clearly one of the most unpopular taxes in the system and it’s about to become even more unpopular. Inheritance tax is paid on estates where a transfer is made on death of over £325,000. There are a number of exemptions but I won’t cover them in this column.
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