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    Imminent Tax DOOM

    “ Mr Hodges says the figures show a broad increase for all taxpayers will be needed to raise significant funds. He speculates the chancellor could add 1 per cent for basic rate payers, scaling this up to 3 and 5 per cent for higher and additional rate payers (creating new rates of 21, 43 and 50 per cent).”

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    #2
    Fairy story.

    Let's ask a tax punter for a punt on taxes.

    Let's ask a house price punter for a punt on house prices.

    Let's ask a stock market punter for a punt on stocks.

    Let's ask a scootie punter for a punt on contrarianism.

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      #3
      The two words that matter being:

      He speculates
      You can't call 'Doom' until it's in a Budget Statement, Moron.
      His heart is in the right place - shame we can't say the same about his brain...

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        #4
        Originally posted by Mordac View Post
        The two words that matter being:



        You can't call 'Doom' until it's in a Budget Statement, Moron.
        you might say that. - i'm not allowed to comment.
        Entropy is NOT what it used to be.
        Inertia, however........................

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          #5
          Why not tax 100% and let Chancellor do your home budget?

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            #6
            Won't the £350m/week we'll be saving, after 1/1/21, cover it?
            Scoots still says that Apr 2020 didn't mark the start of a new stock bull market.

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              #7
              Originally posted by AtW View Post
              “ Mr Hodges says the figures show a broad increase for all taxpayers will be needed to raise significant funds. He speculates the chancellor could add 1 per cent for basic rate payers, scaling this up to 3 and 5 per cent for higher and additional rate payers (creating new rates of 21, 43 and 50 per cent).”

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              Please see my Tax Haven thread for mitigation ideas.

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                #8
                Originally posted by AtW View Post
                “ Mr Hodges says the figures show a broad increase for all taxpayers will be needed to raise significant funds. He speculates the chancellor could add 1 per cent for basic rate payers, scaling this up to 3 and 5 per cent for higher and additional rate payers (creating new rates of 21, 43 and 50 per cent).”

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                Still cheaper than if we'd had Komrade Korbyn.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by DimPrawn View Post
                  Still cheaper than if we'd had Komrade Korbyn.
                  Same top rates, so no - not cheaper

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by AtW View Post
                    Same top rates, so no - not cheaper
                    98% top rate by Xmas.

                    It's being so cheerful that keeps me going.
                    When the fun stops, STOP.

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