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A new employment tax came into force on Monday, but only if you are unfortunate enough to work for a very large employer, by very large employer I mean a company with over 120,000 employees, that’s large. Employees will be … Continue reading
So it’s that time of year again, my road tax expired at the end of last month. I have a stupid 2.5 litre car with a 6 cylinder engine. Owning such a gas guzzling monster my government think that the … Continue reading
Moved into the new house last weekend, took 3 days and 4 truck-loads from locations from as far afield as Manchester to Weymouth, but here we are in our new home. Given that we intend to be here for quite … Continue reading
Currently, as Europe struggles to pay their debts, focus has been removed from the UK’s massive deficit and inflationary pressures. Price Inflation in the UK is being driven by the high cost of energy production which in turn is passed … Continue reading