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Budget – Bank Mis-Selling Tax Loophole Closed

A tax loophole used by the banks to make, even more, profit, from mis-selling is to be closed it was announced in the Budget. Currently banks can claim tax relief against the full provisions they set aside for mis-selling. All … Continue reading

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David Heaton’s Tax Star Rises

Tax fans can smile at David Heaton speaking at a London conference: ‘101 ideas for personal tax planning’, explaining how to keep money ‘out of the Chancellor’s grubby mitts’ and then 2 months later getting himself on a panel advising … Continue reading

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Britain launches legal challenge to EU finance tax

“The British government has launched a legal challenge against plans for a European financial transactions tax to be adopted by 11 EU states, finance minister George Osborne said Friday.” UK challenge to financial transaction tax – yes, that’s going to … Continue reading

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