Preservation, annihilation, restoration: what goes around, comes around. If Gordon could bear that in mind, he might save the taxpayers from paying for projects to reinvent the wheels of education and the NHS. I'm dreading hearing the latest costly plans to 'improve' services.
Not a very interesting Budget. Pretty much every tax cut was balanced by a rise somewhere else. Increase in the CGT exemption for married couples will come in handy though.
brit, you do brilliantly at finding the interesting, odd article and your take on it is usually amusing and edifying. I usually don't comment on the video clips because I mostly can not understand the lyrics.
So, where can we find your comments on the Budget, Brit?I'm still coming to terms with the fact that the 'basic rate' of tax was different from the 'starting rate'.
erp: Thank you.Ali: Oh I don't know, there was some fascinating stuff about landfill tax.Gordon: do you have an accountant?
I'm afraid I have no accountant. Nor do I have a maid. Or a masseuse.There's this thing called PAYE which, if you're a wage-slave, lets you ignore all the boring financial details of paying tax.
Aha! Practice Track, eh? Sounds like something Kimi or Fernando can be found driving round on week-days, but I think it's actually something to do with money. As far as I can gather.
You're a Googlestalker, then.(Did I coin that?)
Is Googlestalking what that top hotel in Beverley Hills has been doing? The one that Googles its new clients, finds out what they like, and provides personal touches for them when they arrive. Inevitably, this has meant people planting information on the web to the effect that they enjoy a complimentary massage, only drink the finest Bordeaux, and like to eat Beluga caviar served by nubile virgins.
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