Category Archives: tax

David Gauke speaks at Payroll World

I usually attend the Payroll World Spring update conference every year but after a sales call from PW a few weeks earlier and being informed that MP and Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury David Gauke would be in attendance I … Continue reading

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Car Insurance, Tax, MOT – More taxing than income!

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

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Conference 24th March Review

I attended the PayrollWorld Spring Conference last week with the express intention of learning more about HMRC’s plans for Real Time Information (RTI) and Centralised Deductions.  Centralised Deductions is the radical plan for employers to send all of our wages … Continue reading

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Future road pricing is not ‘inevitable’

So the RAC say that to avoid total gridlock on the UK’s roads we will have to be charged for every mile we travel. BBC Link Lets face it, we are already charged for every mile we travel with duty … Continue reading

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The Budget 2010

Well we’ve had our budget, we knew it would be painful, is it ethical? The most striking announcement came with the Housing Benefit cuts, £280 maximum allowance for a 1 bed place and £400 maximum for a 4 bedroom. That … Continue reading

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