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Monthly Archives: March 2014
“Can accountants be trusted?” Erm, undeniably yes…. Many people trust accountants. Therefore, they are demonstrably capable of being trusted. QED
Originally posted on Ben's white space entries:
I always thought that Chancellors were supposed to make the most of cuts whilst glossing over rises. Instead, George Osborne, managed to get a tax cut recognised at a quarter of its…
I simply had to post a comment on this. I’m not well and in a filthy mood, so I’m not sure how coherent it is, but this is my comment: In relation to your fourth point: Most of the people I … Continue reading
The maths in the original Fair Tax Mark was unsound. In one line of the calculation an “average” (henceforth known as ‘Method B’ for reasons that will become apparent) was effectively calculated by the following formula: (Rate 1 + Rate 2 … Continue reading
There appears to be a little confusion over what HMRC’s guidance on Bitcoin means. The most obvious thing to notice that it is a VAT Brief. So it is primarily aimed at stating what HMRC’s practice is for interpreting UK … Continue reading